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User Guide for OK JSON

Mouse and Keyboard

  1. You can expand or collapse nodes within the Navigator in a number of ways. In addition to the usual ways, you can also expand or collapse nodes via double-click.
  2. When expanding or collapsing a node, press the Option key to expand or collapse all children.
  3. The default name of the root node is JSON. This name can be modified by pressing Enter key when selected. The paths of all the nodes will also be updated.
  4. You can Command-click on the path view at the bottom of the Navigator and copy the path or switch the path notation in the pop-up menu.
  5. You can press space bar to Quick Look selected node.

More Ways to View JSON

Besides the obvious ways to view JSON, OK JSON also supports additional options.

  1. You can drag-and-drop JSON file or string to the Navigator or the dock icon to view in OK JSON.
  2. You can select JSON string in the developer tools in your browser or any text area and select “Services” → “View in OK JSON” in the menu that appears when you Command-click.

Smart Quick Look

Quick Look is a major feature of OK JSON. In addition to letting you view node details in a familiar way like Finder, OK JSON also features Smart Quick Quick that displays details in a different way depending on the type of the node.

Node == Timestamp

OK JSON displays the formatted date in the preview in addition to the original number.

Node == URL

OK JSON will try to open the URL so that you can easily preview the image or other content.

Node == Color

OK JSON displays an icon with the color as the foreground color.

Node == HTML Fragment

OK JSON renders the HTML fragment in the preview.

Node == Base64 Image

OK JSON renders the image in the preview.

JSON Path

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