Used to work great, but stopped working in a recent FF version. Clicking the button in the right-click menu does nothing now.
It's not e10 compatible. We just need a little fix to be multiprocess compatible addon.
Keep up the good work.
I right click the mouse and then the "View image in New tab", but it doesn't do anything. It used to work on an older version. Not anymore.
Oversize images squeezed down to fit a browser page, nee a column, are a PITA.
Open just the graphics file in its own tab and you can view the pic in its native resolution and scroll to what ever section you wish.
This is great. However needs the option to NOT auto focus on new tab and leave user at original tab. If this was added it would be complete.
This add-on has no options. When I select it, it loads the image in a new tab and then it switches me to the new tab. But I don't WANT to be switched to the new tab; I want to stay in the tab that I am in. Despite this serious drawback, I'm using the add-on only because there isn't a better add-on available. It seems to me that it shouldn't take too much work to add the option that I want; I hope the developer will do it.
By the way, Neuroxik is wrong. Middle-clicking opens any link associated with the image in a new WINDOW, or -- if there is no link -- it opens the picture in a new WINDOW if there is no link. There's a huge difference between opening a picture in a new tab and in a new window. I don't want 50 windows open on my desktop.
Why waste memory for an add-on when all you've got to do is right-click an image and middle-click View Image to view it in a new tab?
Could you add Ctrl click to open image( lagre size)
Thank you for your review.
I looked into your suggestion. CTRL+click is default option to open anything in new tab. But i will try this out and let you know soon if this can be done.
Opening images in new tab got more Simpler.
I am a designer and many times i want to examine images closely. This addon opens the required image in new tab on just a simple right click menu option. this comes very handy.