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03-05-2008, 12:33 PM   #1
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EXIF Viewer plugin (firefox)

This might be something already known to you, but I discovered this just recently.

If you use Firefox browser, there is a nice add-on plug-in that adds a EXIF data viewer to your browser. You just right click on the image in the browser and you'll have the EXIF data of that image (if available)

See https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5673


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03-05-2008, 12:37 PM   #2
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Great plugin!

Thanks for sharing!
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hahaha all this time!

great, thank you so much.
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Reports are this one is better..
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3905

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QuoteOriginally posted by Geekybiker Quote
I've tried them both, and while the one you mentioned seems to have more data, and you can turn some of it on and off, I have found that the one in the OP has the information I need to see. The biggest reason I use the one from the OP is that it displays the information in a popup window, where as the one you mentioned redirects your browser to another page. While it does shot the picture still, I just don't want to have to go away from the page I'm on to see the data, the popup window is a better solution for me. They are both great addons though, you just have to decide which way you like better.

ETA: I take that back, I just tried it again and it does a popup. I'm not sure why I like the other one better. I'll have to try them both for a while and decide again.
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I tried that too, but found it too cumbersome to use so this little one I reported was quick and easy and suits me perfectly... Thank for mentioning, though, now others have a choice.
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I use the IExif by Opanda plugin for FF. Love it, use it all the time...too bad certain sites like Flickr and Photobucket block direct EXIF viewing
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I've heard of Opanda, and it works with pretty much all the browsers. I know a lot of people that still use IE that use Opanda. I haven't tried it though, since I like the addon I already have.

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QuoteOriginally posted by ryan s Quote
I use the IExif by Opanda plugin for FF. Love it, use it all the time...too bad certain sites like Flickr and Photobucket block direct EXIF viewing
Here's a trick for seeing details on Flickr. Works with the plugin GeekyBiker provided, and windoz with FireFox:
Click until you get to the largest image possible, right click and 'view image', then once the image displays in it's own window you should be able to view the EXIF.
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I use the IExif by Opanda plugin for FF. Love it, use it all the time...too bad certain sites like Flickr and Photobucket block direct EXIF viewing
That I did not know, thanks for the tip! Have to check it out.
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