Topic: Using SimpleViewer Pro for retina (or other HiDPI) displays
I just got a new MacBook Pro Retina, and absolutely love the screen. But my website looked terrible, because everything rendered at 72 dpi.
But I was very pleased to find out, that it is very easy to make your Simple Viewer gallery look nice on a HiRes screen.
If your thumbnails are (e.g.) 75x75, then export them twice the size. In my case I created a Photoshop batch action, that uses the images from the "image" folder, to create 150x150 thumbnails into the "thumbs" folder. Easy.
You can use a pretty high compression. In Photoshops "Save for web..." I usually use 45% compression. Because of the high dpi count, you dont see JPEG artifacts that much. The resulting files sometimes have the same size as the 72 dpi versions.
You should also make sure that your "large images" are large enough to look nice & crisp.
It also looks nice on mobile devices with HiRes diplays (like the iPhone 4/5).
I havent updated all galleries, but you can have a look at this one (if you sit at a HiRes display):
Hope this was interesting for some of you,