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mwade
(@mwade)
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Hello,

I am trying to find a good piece of software that can easily read the output of foremost when it dumps .htm files. I am currently using a web browser but it is painfully slow in (open file, then browse to the dir, then open). I would be nice if you could feed an application a file, then just click the arrow key to the next one selection. Kind of like the preview.

Thanks,

Mark

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Posted : 01/07/2007 12:08 am
Marat
(@marat)
Junior Member

try snapview from
http//www.digital-detective.co.uk

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Posted : 01/07/2007 12:38 am
(@rcw8892)
Junior Member

I have removed all of my free tools from the site.

Snapview is here

http//www.digital-detective.co.uk/software/snapview.zip

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Posted : 02/07/2007 3:35 pm
(@pakim)
Junior Member

Snapview seems no longer available. Besides XNView, whichcan preview some file formats, does anyone know of similar free software for HTML (and possibily other formats, such as jpg, pdf, ) quick preview?

Thanks
Paolo

try snapview from
http//www.digital-detective.co.uk

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Posted : 19/01/2011 3:12 am
96hz
 96hz
(@96hz)
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fragview, should be available from the QCC website. www.qccis.com/forensic-tools#FragView

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Posted : 19/01/2011 5:13 am
(@tuckerhst)
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fragview, should be available from the QCC website. www.qccis.com/forensic-tools#FragView

Thanks for the tip. FragView looks very useful and I downloaded their other tools too.

/scott

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Posted : 19/01/2011 6:22 am
(@pakim)
Junior Member

fragview, should be available from the QCC website. www.qccis.com/forensic-tools#FragView

Thanks 96h, I knew their Video Triage tool but forgot they also made a portable quick preview html/jpg/flash app! D

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Posted : 19/01/2011 12:43 pm
BenUK
(@benuk)
Junior Member

I tend to just have the folder open in one third of the screen and the browser next to it in the other two thirds, and drag the files into the browser one by one.

Or do 'open' from the browser and select all the files - Opera at least will open all the files in tabs.

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Posted : 20/01/2011 1:47 pm
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