Hi, I really like to use Preview when reading PDF files, and I was wondering if there was a way to use Preview *inside browsers* to open PDFs. Adobe Reader has a plugin that allows you to open PDFs inside browsers, but I don't like Adobe Reader. There is this "PDF Browser Plugin", but I don't like that either, especially the fact that I have to click a button to zoom in or out. I know I can set the browsers to 'use Preview' when opening PDFs, but I often open many PDFs, and I hope I could just open them inside the browsers so that I can still use the browsers' features (e.g. going back to the previous page). I know Safari has a built-in PDF engine that works almost the same way as Preview (in fact I like Safari's built-in engine better; its pinch-zoom is smoother than Preview). I also know Chrome has its own built-in engine. I'm in fact looking to use a plugin for Opera, and many people might want such a thing for Firefox. Based on my google searches, there doesn't seem to be a Preview plugin for browsers, but I'm asking in case I missed it, and also to ask if there's any way around it to achieve my purpose. Also, sort of related question is, is there a way to use Safari's or Chrome's built-in PDF viewers as standalone applications or in another browser (as plugins)? because ultimately I'd love to use Safari's built-in PDF viewer everywhere if I could.. Thanks mac experts!!