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I like that it works and doesn't crash Firefox! No mean feat given how unstable Firefox is.
I like the option to see the separate RBG histograms.
The popup is very clear and uncluttered.
I wish the actual histogram were bigger.
My most important add-on. I wished, this would be available as extension for the Safari.
It's a somewhat helpful plug-in, but unfortunately the only one available.
For me as a photographer, it would be much more useful if a real RGB histogram (colored) was shown and if logarithmic histogram with EV markings was available.
This add-on is excellent, but now it's not working on Firefox 4.0 final. Please fix it. Thanks.
Runs in 4 beta 11 with Nightly Tester tools compatibility override!
Handy for photographers
Great idea - but I can't get it to work on my mac. Wish it was multi channe.led (R, G, B) or LAB.
Add the ability to highlight too dark images
Great idea, but would prefer if it were more precise. It's very vague and even incorrect at times.
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It works! Great job. Just what I was looking for.
Excellent idea and nicely done, but does need a bit of work. It's not as precise as the one in Photoshop, for instance, but it does give a good idea about the image you're looking at.
Way cool, I've been hoping for something like this for quite a while.
RGB and multiple histos open at the same time will be very much appreciated.
Thanks allot! This is exactly what I'm looking for. :)
Something I've been looking for quite sometime. Thanks!
I've been searching for something like this... great work and I hope to hear about new developments soon.
It's works fine yet. Thanks for, just what I want!
May be it possible to add RGB histogram, if it's not so difficult?
Agree with NettiCat: axis including the basic unit will be helpfull.