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не показывает данные о фотографиях.
do not work (((

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4.3.1-signed). 

That’s unfortunate and I’d like to change this.
But please peppper and everyone else, if something’s not as expected I’d really appreciate a bit more informations.
I’ve e-mail too (see right column on the Add-ons page) where I can be contacted. Things that would be very helpful are where’s the problem exactly (no context menu entry?, no properties dialogue?, no data?, error message?), what other Add-ons you’ve installed, screenshot of the error, output from the Error Console and image you tried to get data from.

I’d like my extension to work on your system as much as you do but I definitely need your help there. Thanks.

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Works well and gives me all the info I need. Prefer this one to the other I tried as that just give me way to much info than I needed

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4.2). 

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Simple and does the job. 4 stars because it might be a tad too simple. Would be nice to see pixel dimensions and software info as well. BUT I much prefer it's simplicity over other exif readers that drown you in worthless information. Maybe I should give it 5 stars....

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4.2). 

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Funktioniert einwandfrei! Danke!

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4.2). 

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Great addon!
Seems to work fine on FF4.0b.

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4.1). 

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Hi I don't know where to report this because your website is in german language.

I got "Error parsing XML" with this image http://img709.imageshack.us/img709/3995/logawadanrapihdoho.jpg

Thanks again for your previous reply and the great addon :D

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4.1). 

Hm, some pages (at least the one for FxIF) on my site are dual language and can be switched (flag at the upper right corner of the page, as well as English should be the default for you anyway).

On the error: Yes, that’s a known bug which will be fixed for the 0.4.2. But I don't know when this will be released. You can mail me for a fixed version. My mail address is under the "E-mail your question" link on the FxIF page here at AMO.

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I've been using this add-on for some time now. At home and at work, its been very useful! Is there anyway to enable all image info in the status-bar? Also just for minor convenience sake, is there a simple hot-key to close it, like ctrl-w would close a tab? I'm very appreciative for the time and labor the developer has spent on creating this add-on. props to you!

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4.1). 

Could you please give me more detail on the status bar question? You can mail me too.

The Esc key closes SeaMonkeys and Firefoxes (< 3.6) properties dialogue as it's closes the own EXIF dialogue in FF >= 3.6.

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Hi, thanks for the addon. Now I don't need to save the image to my computer just to see the exif data.

I want to request if you can add creation software in the data.

And there's some different info from properties I got from windows, it's focal length and metering mode. I'm not really expert at camera settings so I'm sorry if these settings is actually the same.

Here's the screenshot
http://img710.imageshack.us/img710/1348/properti.jpg

and here's the source image
http://img534.imageshack.us/img534/8404/ohok.jpg

Thanks again :D

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4.1). 

I think I'll add the software field into the next version of FxIF.

Regarding the field values in your comparison. The focus length is essentially the same, only FxIF's value isn't rounded and in addition gives a hint on which focal length a 35mm camera would have had to make the same image.
For the metering mode, it's the same but different namings. In the field of metering modes you might encounter quite a few different names for the same, there's no standard. Those names aren't taken from the image itself, there some field has a value of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 a.s.o. which FxIF translates into human words.

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I agree with MuggelKid. Older versions of firefox and/or plugin did allow you to see the resolution but not in the latest one. Please add these back. Maybe it would also be great to edit what fields are displayed and in what order.

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4.1). 

As I replied to MuggelKid, the data you're missing has been removed in FF >= 3.6 by Mozilla. To add this back, please use Element Properties as I try to not make FxIF a solution for all problems.

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Thank you for the convenient too. Would it be possible to display the "Jpeg comment" metadata alongside the exif and the IPTC ?

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4.1). 

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Muchas gracias. Es el mejor para los EXIF. ¿Para cuando una versión Google Chrome?

Thank you very much. It is best for the EXIF. When a version of Google Chrome?

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4). 

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Great tool - thank a lot :-)
It would be great, if you could add the standard picture infos (like resolution, resized resolution, filesize) that firefox shows in its "grafic-info" dailog.

So I would not have to open two windows to get all infos for a picture. I would love you for that ;-)

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4). 

I guess you're talking about using FxIF on Firefox >= 3.6 since in earlier versions and SeaMonkey it's embedded in the Properties dialogue anyways.

If I'm right, you might want to install Element Properties (https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/14228) with which FxIF cooperates well.
Else I'd appreciate more information on your environment and what you request.

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Forgive me if I don't phrase this correctly, I'm a novice...

Is there a way to edit Exif info in local photos with this extension? What is the best way to do this? Would it be possible to create new fields in the Exif header post-process?

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4). 

No, there's no way to write to photos using FxIF and there won't be in future. There is a lot software for editing image meta data but that's overkill for a browser extension I think.

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This add-on is very usable.
However, sometimes it doesn't work "save image as" while enable this add-on.

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4). 

Do you mean while the extension is installed or while it's properties window is open?
Anyways, I did never notice some effect on image saving since using this extension. Does anyone else here noticed something like that?

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Please display not DateTime but DateTimeOriginal or DateTimeDigitized .
It is because DateTime is not the time of a photographing day but change time.
thank you.

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.4). 

This might happen if there are only binary Exif data. Those are evaluated in the order they appear and the first one wins the trick.
This is a problem for some fields where there are alternatives which should have lower priorities. I now added some code for the next version so DateTimeOriginal will always have priority.
To test this for sure, please send me one of the problematic pictures.

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A version working with the Element Properties add-on (recent Fx versions) is available in the MozillaZine forums:
http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=1674905

Maybe you could adapt this tiny change? :)

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.3.2). 

As promissed in my earlier reply, the just released 0.4 cooperates with the Element Properties extension.

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can't get exif information on pictures at http://www.chassimages.com/forum/index.php/topic,75194.0.html. these pictures contain exif, checked with faststone image viewer on pictures saved from this site.

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.3.2). 

Thanks for bringing this up. This server sends even the images out as compressed (Content-Encoding: gzip) and when accessing the image from the browser cache directly it's handed to FxIF uncompressed which it can't handle.

I changed the code to not access the cache directly for now and hope this hasn't huge drawbacks. One drawback is that now any No-Cache statements from the server will be obeyed and the whole image refetched.
It will be as such in the forthcomming 0.4, but I'm still looking for alternatives.

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do I have a trouble ?
I have a Nikon D90 and the plugin says that the image is from a Nikon D60

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.3.2). 

>have a Nikon D90 and the plugin says that the image is from a Nikon D60

Those informations aren't interpreted but contained in a string copied verbatim from the image. I've checked with some D90 images from flickr and FxIF always shows "D90".
But I'd be happy to check with your image if you could send it to me (you can also check it with some hex editor of other EXIF viewer).

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Very nice extension, thank you for the work. Any possibility to add colorspace info to data list?

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.3.2). 

I just did for the forthecoming 0.4. But there are no values specified besides sRGB and semi-specified for AdobeRGB, so I don't know if that will help much.

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Any chance to make this one work with the Element Properties add-on? :)

Ta opinia jest o wcześniejszej wersji dodatku (0.3.2). 

I didn't know this extension until now, thanks for the pointer. I'll have a look and experiment with it. If I succeed you'll get it with the forthecoming 0.4 of FxIF.