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On Mar 18, 2011, at 5:12 PM, Doug Zwick wrote:
I guess I'm still not sure about attempting this as a java API. Finder preview already does something like this I was thinking it was probably same API? Quaqua FileChooser does some native to get you the preview but I think it was still only the big icon view.
I did do some looking to see how a java might use this. Thinking maybe there might be some AppleScript and I am sort of looking for interesting examples of that these days.
Didn't come up with AppleScript but if you wanted this from java, this would probably work?
From Ciarán Walsh's Blog - Quick Look APIs
I didn't know about this. A fairly nice OS feature if you have the resources Apple has maybe, but I'd still think pretty tricky for a java developer to go cross-platform with for an application. apache poi might give you a start for the MS anyhow.
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