A&P EXIF viewer for Google's Chrome

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  1. Drunken Karnie Midget

    Drunken Karnie Midget In Yeo We Trust, All Others Pay Cash OT Supporter

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    Anyone know where i could find one? Only results i've found in a google search is for IE, and firefox, with "related news" about chrome. I started using chrome just to give it a try, and found myself continually using it, but i miss the exif plugin, as well as Down Them All. :wtc:
     
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    I've found a solution... Fuck Chrome.
     
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    I've used Firefox religiously the past 4 years, but 2 months ago it started to crash every 2 minutes on me so I switched to Chrome. I can do without EXIF viewer if my browser stays open :)
     
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    Firefox 3 has proven unreliable against it's predecessors, but Until chrome has those plugins available, i'll stick with FF. That's the tipping point for me. Until someone writes an exif script (like the unlinker script circulating around the main) or plugins work, i'm sticking with FF.

    Undoubtedly, that unlinker script is goddamned fast compared to Unlinker for FF.
     
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    I miss out on some of the main forum stuff sometimes... Probably gonna splurge for a sub in the next few days.
     
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    *cough* visit the mac forum *cough*
     
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    yeah... it's an unlinker for Safari. I don't need an unlinker for safari, since i use Chrome or (currently) firefox, and already have unlinker for both. What i'm looking for is an exif viewer for chrome.
     
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    how about you just use FF and call it a day.
     
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    For the time being, i am, but once plugins happen for chrome, the switch is on.
     
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    fuck chrome
     
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    :nono: once it's functionality is up to par, it'll blow the rest out of the water. in the last couple of weeks that ive been using it, it's been fast, continually. The unlinker script is lightyears faster than the add-on for FF.
     
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    Safari 4 >*
     
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    I can't go away from chrome, I love it (except few websites don't work).

    I'll wait for EXIF
     
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    Chrome will pwn all when it's bugs are fixed. it's fast partially because it doesn't have all of the plugins like FF.

    I'm using Opera right now and it splits the difference.. faster than FF, lighter than FF, but more features than Chrome (built in EXIF reader too)
     
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    /This for me.
     
  17. Drunken Karnie Midget

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    ...might have to explore this option. The reason i switched from IE to FF in the first place was that it was lightweight, and fast... now that's no longer the case, but chrome lacks the functionality that FF provides. As far as plugins, i only use 3 or 4: Unlinker, Dictionary (handy, but not necessary,) Exif Viewer, and DownThemAll. Chrome equivilants to those shouldn't bog it down too much.
     

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