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How can I compare 2 animated gifs or html pages for content and timing simultaneously

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I'm a quality control person who wants to check a before and after of an animated gif or html page using Firefox. I want to check both content and timing.

I'm a quality control person who wants to check a before and after of an animated gif or html page using Firefox. I want to check both content and timing.

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  • -Gecko default plugin
  • Runs Java applets using the latest installed versions of Java. For more information: Java Embedding Plugin. Run version test: Java Information.
  • iPhoto6
  • Java Plug-In 2 for NPAPI Browsers
  • The QuickTime Plugin allows you to view a wide variety of multimedia content in web pages. For more information, visit the QuickTime Web site.
  • Shockwave Flash 10.0 r45

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Morbus 135 solutions 2340 answers

Hello g.

First off, please update to the latest version, 3.6.8, by going into Help > Check for updates... The version of Firefox you're currently using is no longer supported. On top of this, it has known unpatched bugs and security problems. I urge you to update to the latest version of Firefox for maximum security.

That aside, I believe you're better off looking for a GIF composing application that can read GIFs frame by frame, with much ease. You may want to look for an extension for Firefox though: http://addons.mozilla.org/

Hello g. First off, please update to the latest version, 3.6.8, by going into ''Help > Check for updates...'' The version of Firefox you're currently using is no longer supported. On top of this, it has known unpatched bugs and security problems. I urge you to update to the latest version of Firefox for maximum security. That aside, I believe you're better off looking for a GIF composing application that can read GIFs frame by frame, with much ease. You may want to look for an extension for Firefox though: http://addons.mozilla.org/