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Hey there, I'd like to know if you could integrate this feature into the context-menu like in Safari. I have tried several browsers, and the one I find most interesting is OmniWeb, but due to this often used feature, I have to stick to safari. I normally don't open things directly that I downloaded from the web, so pictures are always downloaded to the download folder. I then have to navigate to the said folder and double-click onto the picture to open in iPhoto.
Maybe you could add a submenu to the context-menu like "open in iApp -> iPhoto/iTunes/etc"? That would be really great!

Alternatively, shift-drag and drop it to the iPhoto icon in your Dock.
Yeah, I know, but I often surf the web just with one hand on the mouse and the other fingers in the nose. I always dislikes Apple's one-button-mouse because of the fact, that you had to press control just to reach the context-menu. Now that it is accessible via MightyMouse, I would be happy to see this integrated, as I wouldn't have to move my left hand to the keyboard.

i second this!
FWIW, click and hold to get the contextual menu in OmniWeb if you don't have a two button mouse.

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