Eternal Storms (http://www.eternalstorms.at) has updated their flickr client, flickery, for Mac OS X 10.5 or higher to version 184.108.40.206. Items in photosets and galleries can now be sorted.
“Key” images can now be set for galleries and photosets by dragging the wanted image onto the photoset or gallery. In flickery 220.127.116.11, comments now show users’ buddy icons and these user’s photostreams can be shown right from comments. The new version auto-detects crash logs for easy submission to Eternal Storms Software, and Location data can be changed any time after upload as well
With flickry, you can browse flickr’s photos, view and comment on pictures of your friends, or upload and manage your own photos and favorites. flickery offers three ways of viewing photos: the miniature-overview of the photos where you can see multiple pictures at a time; the full-window-view, which lets you view one photo at a time in detail; and the full-screen view.
You can upload photos to your flickr.com account, as well. The app also gives you the possibility of editing your photos before you upload them. flickery costs US$17.95, though version 18.104.22.168 is a free update for registered users. A 15-day, fully functional demo is available for download.