Vivaldi browser seems to have added yet another quintessential feature for its browser. The Vivaldi 1.12.955.3 comes bundled with Image Inspector feature along with the Snapshot feature that was added earlier. Until now photographers or other professionals had to save the picture in order to view the details. Most of us also end up making use of extensions in order to check out the meta data of an image without downloading the same.
The Image Inspector feature on the Vivaldi lets you check out all the attributes of the picture including camera band, white balance, color temperature, histogram, image dimension and also the file size. All of this can be accessed by right clicking on the image and selecting ‘Inspect Image.’ Other browsers also offer similar functionality but it seems like the one offered by Vivaldi is comprehensive in nature.
In all likelihood, this feature is expected to come in handy for photographers and other bloggers who are required to inspect the image from close quarters. With the Image Inspector, one can avoid downloading image for closer inspection and also avoid installing an additional plugin to do so.
Vivaldi adds that the 1.12 release aims at making the browser more stable and also fix the strange issues that keep cropping up. Vivaldi had recently added a Snapshot feature to their browser along with improved accessibility options. The Vivaldi browser has been focussing on adding essential features and offering a greater degree of customisation as opposed to the other browsers. However, as of now, the image inspector lacks editable gesture to save the images without making use of the context menu. The browser is backed by a community of 100,000 users who form an essential part of the feedback mechanism. In fact, the Image Inspector was the third most demanded feature on the Vivaldi community.