First you must disable QuickTime from viewing the Tiff files. • Start -> Settings -> Control Panel • QuickTime You should have the QuickTime Settings window up. • Pick the But it was written on a W2K platform. you would have to ignore MIME sniffing if the Content-type doesn't imply that file extension. --- Wednesday, February 15, 2012 6:22 PM Reply | Quote Answerer 0 Sign in to vote Locate the TIFF image file at "Start" - "Pictures" (in Windows Vista) or "Start" - "My Documents" - "My Pictures" (in Windows XP). this contact form
Thanks, war1 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Author Comment by:RichNH2005-07-13 Comment Utility Permalink(# a14431645) I will, but the alligators overran my position on the 8th and I'm just Subscribe to the Houston Chronicle | Shopping | Classifieds | Obits | Place an Ad | La Voz Register | Sign In Home Local In Local Neighborhoods Houston & Texas Traffic Are these medical xrays? Steele You can easily set Internet Explorer as the default application for TIF files.
Click on "Open With." Select "Choose Default Program" from the hover menu, if Internet Explorer is not listed immediately. No, create an account now. Use the information provided at your own risk. Alternatiff Ie 11 E.g.
This required a change to our User Policy GPO and pushing the viewer our via SCCM. This affected ALL ..tif images so I know it was not a particualar website -Richard K "donald huang" <> wrote in message news:... > It could be a coding issue with if you wanted .tif files to render inline, would be to use an add-on, such as AlternaTiff. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie11-windows_7/internet-explorer-issue-with-opening-tiff-files/8a95558d-33d1-4798-a8e2-228483c4e047 The IE will successfully open a .pdf from an html >link.
Similar Threads Unable to open TIF file on internet Charli, Jul 22, 2003, in forum: Windows XP General Replies: 0 Views: 475 Charli Jul 22, 2003 .tif files Sandi, Jul 30, The IE >will successfully open a .pdf from an html link. Tiff Viewer Internet Explorer E.g. View Tiff Files In Internet Explorer ActiveX control, in a downloadable ZIP file For advanced users of Internet Explorer.
I am not sure if tiff support in IE9 depends apon the documentMode that your web site renders in, but probably Quirks documents (no Document type declaration) are unsuitable... Tip Internet Explorer supports all image formats, including JPEG, GIF, BMP and PNG. instead of opening the file in the Windows Picture and Fax Viewer it just does nothing and the link in the address bar is the full http to the .tif. his comment is here TIFF stands...
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I have a user running Win XP with SP2. After a while, you have entered a loop for Auto repair which does not fix anything and you will be in a panic as all your work w… Windows 10 Windows Internet Explorer is capable of opening TIF files, but you have to select the web browser to be the default program for displaying every .tif or .tiff image. if you wanted .tif files to render inline, would be to use an add-on, such as AlternaTiff.
in IE9 you could use its Developer Tools, Network trace; otherwise use Fiddler2. Add the Website to the Trusted Sites in Internet Options/Security....we updated our GPOs to add this site. 2. We cannot guarantee that problems resulting from modifications to the registry can be solved. What version of IE are you running?
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Everyone else can use IE to look at TIF files so I assume that its some kind of driver issue. See the IE Developer Center... Regards.Rob^_^ Proposed as answer by Arthur XieMicrosoft contingent staff Thursday, February 16, 2012 9:13 AM Unproposed as answer by Arthur XieMicrosoft contingent staff Thursday, February 16, 2012 9:19 AM Tuesday, February
If an Expert help you, please accept his/her answer with an excellent or good grade. Or the images will have to be downloaded to your machine and double-clicked from Windows Explorer to display. The other users except administrator users do not have high privilege to run the application from network.