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Add an image size information feature to Safari Web Browsers
One nice feature found in some other browsers but missing from Safari is when you open an image in its own window, the browser tells you the image width and height in the title bar. This can be fairly useful when developing web pages. So after looking at one or two of Apple's Safari AppleScript examples and using ImageMagick, I cobbled together a solution. Click the link for instructions, the script and source download, and to see a screen shot.
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I've updated the AppleScript
Authored by: karkle on Feb 11, '03 01:04:29AM

I've updated this AppleScript to no longer require ImageMagick.

It took me a little while but I figured out how to pull image info out using the "Image Capture Scripting" tools available with Mac OS X.

The script seems to be a bit more responsive and nicer formating of info.

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