User Guide for OK JSON
Mouse and Keyboard
- 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.
- When expanding or collapsing a node, press the Option key to expand or collapse all children.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- You can drag-and-drop JSON file or string to the Navigator or the dock icon to view in OK JSON.
- 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.