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Old Dec 11, 2012, 11:05 PM   #1
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Default Opanda iexif for win 7

I wanted to throw this question out to see if anyone else with win 7 found iexif to be compatible. I am using IE8 and Firefox. No problem with fire fox, but with IE8 I get an error message about active x not being able to create image??? Boy oh boy oh boy....
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I'm using IExif 2.3 in IE9 and 32 bit Win7.
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Old Dec 12, 2012, 8:01 AM   #3
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It sounds like a security setting is preventing it. Try Control Panel > Internet Properties > Advanced. Scroll down to Security. If the first two boxes are unchecked, check them, and restart your IE. Also check under Browsing to see if third party extensions are enabled. If that isn't it try the Manage Add-ons to see if the Opanda is enabled.

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Brian, thank you for your help. I tried everything, and to no avail. The solution was easy enough. I had been running the 64 bit version of IE9, and switched back to the 32 bit version, and iexif magically returned!
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Ah! Didn't think of that.

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Ah! Didn't think of that.

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