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Does anyone know of a tiff viewer plugin for Internet Explorer. I'd like to be able to view tiff files using Internet Explorer.


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I'm using alternatiff, which has plug-ins for both Firefox and IE. Works very well.


I really like CPC View, it is free if you just want to display their super compressed CPC format, and cheap ($30) for viewing and annotating tiff files.

It is available both as an ActiveX control and Netscape style plugin so it can display the images embedded in the browser window rather than just opening a popup.

More information at the Cartesian Products website.