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Exif Viewer for Safari?


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Is there a plugin to view the Exif data from a photo on a webpage with Safari?
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I haven't found any exif plug-ins for safari but i did find an exif viewer. Just drag the photo from safari into the exif.app (i have mine in the dock) and the exif is displayed in a new window.

http://homepage.mac.com/aozer/EV/index.html
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I haven't found any exif plug-ins for safari but i did find an exif viewer. Just drag the photo from safari into the exif.app (i have mine in the dock) and the exif is displayed in a new window.

Simple EXIF Viewer for Mac OS X
But EXIF Viewer doesn't seem to work if you want to drag a photo from any website in order to view its EXIF, as Opanda was able to do for Windows. EXIF Viewer works for your own images, e.g., out of Adobe Bridge, etc. Am I wrong?

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But EXIF Viewer doesn't seem to work if you want to drag a photo from any website in order to view its EXIF, as Opanda was able to do for Windows. EXIF Viewer works for your own images, e.g., out of Adobe Bridge, etc. Am I wrong?

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Exif Everywhere is able to do this. Even more -- you can view Exif information right from web browser (Safari or Firefox), without dragging an image to dock's icon.
Here is it: Exif Everywhere
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