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I used to use foxfire with an EXIF reader that allowed you to view the EXIF data of an image you were viewing.

Stupid me had foxfire on automatic update, and when the next version came out that extension no longer worked.

Is there a current browser that anyone uses that allows this? Does it require an extension with that browser?

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On my pc I had a program called Opanda exif reader (pretty sure that was the name)

Not sure if it is mac compatible though.

Quick question, how exactly do you get the exif info on a mac. Not in the browser, on the desktop. I've been right clicking, going to info, got nothin.. Thanks.
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here you go http://ted.mielczarek.org/code/mozilla/fxif/ it works with the current release of firefox.

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here you go http://ted.mielczarek.org/code/mozilla/fxif/ it works with the current release of firefox.
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here you go http://ted.mielczarek.org/code/mozilla/fxif/ it works with the current release of firefox.
thanks.... that is neat and simple and very comveniant..... however if i what to do the same with safari..... ie view EXIF data of a jpeg within safari and not have to copy images to desktop for viewing...... is there a way with safari?
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Haven't tried this one myself, though... Online Exif viewer. There is something about putting a button in Safari's toolbar...

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If you're using Firefox or Safari, you have the added benefit that you can install an Exif-viewer button on your button-bar toolbar. Once you've done that, later, when you're viewing a page with an image you want to check out, just click the button and you'll be whisked to a new tab showing the image's data. I find this really useful. It doesn't work in IE, though, sorry.
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Haven't tried this one myself, though... Online Exif viewer. There is something about putting a button in Safari's toolbar...
its working great so far.
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