You can't "view an image" in .sit, .tgz or .rar format because those are compressed files. You can use Stuffit to open them, then view them with any app you wish, but you can't view the image itself until it's uncompressed.<br><br>Now if you mean that you wish to see what's "inside the compressed file" before you actually decompress it, you can use StuffIt Deluxe - double clicking the compressed file will open a Stuffit Deluxe file list window (it looks nearly the same as a regular finder window). This allows you to see what's in there, and what type of files they are before you actually decompress them.<br><br>
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