OK, Forgive me for posting a solution instead of a problem.
So the current sView stereoscopic viewer is 0.4.0.9 and doesn't support interlaced output but I've found something that does. Maybe you know about this already but I didn't see it mentioned in your instructions about viewing 3d images on this forum's gallery. Anyway, if you're an interlaced user, you can follow the same instructions as you would for sView regarding the "ViewSourceWith" add-on except substitute DepthCharge instead. You can get it from the Vrex website:http://www.vrex.com/depthcharge/DCInstaller_2_5.exe
and then enjoy right-clicking and viewing the 3d screenshots here.
Personally, I would like a plugin like YouTube's where I can see the 3d in the web page without opening a new window. Maybe mplayer can do it. I'll try something sometime but I doubt very much I will be successful. mplayer can "play" an image as if it were a slideshow with only one slide in it.
--- iondrive ---
PS: instructions for using ViewSourceWith is here:http://www.mtbs3d.com/cgi-bin/newslette ... ews_id=61/
PPS: I checked to make sure this is compatible with the Zalman monitors since I believe that the top line goes to your right eye and that's what the DepthCharge can output along with some other anaglyph modes and sync-doubling if your dongle recognizes the colored line pattern. Tell me if I'm right Zalman-owners. If it's wrong, then I think you can't use this since I see no way to do "reversed" interlacing. You'll just have to wear your glasses upside-down. Or make another pair with opposite polarity. How hard would that be by the way?
One last thing. When you get this working, you can use the numpad + and - keys to zoom in and out up to fullscreen maximum size. OK bye.