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    A Slight On-line Image Editor - Basically For Quick Viewing...

    In Post 11 and a few later in this thread I was asking about some sort of on-line utility that would help you quickly adjust
    an image for viewing. Particularly, I wanted to be able to brighten some images without having to copy and paste
    into external programs. After finding oodles of hen's teeth, I came across this one called FoxFiltre.
    It's an add-on for your FFox browser and also available for Chrome.

    Well, it sort of does it, and I have posted a pic below to show how it looks in the context menu. It opens a new tab to display the results. It's a bit clunky,
    and if someone finds another, pls let us know.

    Am.

    Foxfiltre context menu options...

    Foxfiltre.jpg
    Last edited by ameerat42; 16-08-2015 at 11:14am.
    CC, Image editing OK.

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    we have our own, right here on AP... Under the AP Extras menu

    http://www.ausphotography.net.au/for...page=photoedit
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    Ta Rick. I knew about that one (but admit I had forgotten), but it wasn't quite what I was after. The Foxfiltre is the closest so far
    that acts straight from the image itself. - Only thing is the result is in another window
    Last edited by ameerat42; 16-08-2015 at 11:35am.

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