|Firefox Shortcuts & Tips
|View Images In Firefox
show you how to use Firefox for image viewing instead of the
Using IE6 for images is a disadvantage because to view multiple
images, you have to open each image in a new IE window.
By using Firefox for image viewing, you can open your images in
Tabs, and use Firefox extensions with them.
|How to do it
In the General tab, you’ll see that it says;
Opens with: Internet Explorer
This works for png, jpeg, gif (plus animated gif) on Win XP
(other systems may be possible but I haven’t tested them yet).
Now that you’ve done this, you can open these images in Tabs
instead of a bunch of IE windows and use Firefox extensions
with them such as, Colorzilla, Measure It, Web Developer
Toolbar and more.
To open a folder of images in Tabs, hit Ctrl+a in a folder
containing your images, then right click and select open and all
of your images will open in multiple Tabs in Firefox.
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