I wonder if you can help?
I would like to be able to view all TIFF files in Internet Explorer. I know there are some plugins that already exist that enable this but they are not distributable.
One good one is Alternatiff, and it is free, but I can't use that either because you need to register every machine that uses the plugin over the Internet. The problem with this is that not every machine that I plan on using the plugin has Internet access.
I don't need any TIFF tools except maybe a simple zoom and pan.
I hope you can help.
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