Safari is more than just a Web browser and RSS reader. This little Swiss-army-knife application can also show you the dimensions of the images on your Mac.
Just like you can drag an HTML document into a Safari window to see what the page looks like, you can also drag graphics into a Safari window to see the image. Even better, Safari shows the image name and dimensions in its title bar.
Drag an image into a Safari window to see its dimensions.
This trick only works with images that Safari can already display in Web pages, so donit expect to be able to drop just any graphic in a browser window. It is handy, however, when you need to check out an image quickly.<!--#include virtual="/includes/newsite/series/quicktip.shtml"-->