Download Who stole my pictures? for SeaMonkey 0.0.7
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Who stole my pictures? is a Firefox extension to search for copies of the images using Yandex.ru, GazoPa.com, Tineye.com via right click menu.
Just click the right mouse button on any picture and choose "Search Image on Yandex" or "Search Image on Tineye".
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Now I can upload local files (from your computer) on tineye.com
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