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About this Add-on
Page Zoom Button allows you to control all three of the page zoom functions in Firefox with a single button.
Click on, or roll the mouse wheel over the button to zoom in, zoom out, and reset a web page back to its default view instantly.
It also works to zoom in and out of local offline files such as photos, graphics, and various documents.
Adding the Button:
Open the Customize Firefox tab:
Drag the "Zoom" button to a toolbar or right click on it and select "Add to Toolbar" or "Add to Menu".
The menu option isn't the greatest unless you are zooming by scrolling over the add-on.
The ugly toolbar button will be replaced soon.
For some odd reason, this add-on currently requires an additional Firefox restart in order for the scroll zoom function (scrolling over the button) to work.
I have no idea why this is, I am looking into it, and I sincerely apologize.
Zoom In - Left-click on the button
Zoom Out - Right-click on the button
Reset Zoom - Middle-click on the button
Zoom In - Hover over the button and roll the mouse wheel up
Zoom Out - Hover over the button and roll the mouse wheel down
Reset Zoom - Shift+ Left-click on the button
3 individual and separate zoom buttons that are missed by some of you.
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Thanks for your support.
Thanks to developers and all around great guys Michael Buckley and LouCypher for without them Page Zoom Button wouldn't exist.
Also thanks to the following Add-on Editors for reviewing and approving Page Zoom Button:
Henry Perez, dveloper of Flash Block and other great add-ons.
Leszek is the developer of Copy Plain Text 2 and several other fine add-ons.
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"Zoom in, zoom out, and reset page zoom with one toolbar button."