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Doesn't add a lot to standard zoom functionality Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen
A lot of the functionality is already built-in to Firefox: you can click Customize and drag the zoom controls from the menu to the toolbar (if you really think that's easier than Ctrl-mousewheel, or Ctrl-'+'/'-'), and zoom levels are now remembered by default. You can even customize zoom levels by going to about:config and changing 'toolkit.zoomManager.zoomValues'. Therefore the usefulness of this extension seems rather niche.
My search for better zooming capabilities is motivated by using a tablet in portrait mode, meaning that the window is relatively narrow. I find that some sites (e.g. reddit) have sidebars which make the reading area too narrow. So I zoom out to make the sidebars smaller, but now the text is too small.
This extension adds text-zoom, in addition to page-zoom. But it's not that useful because you can't do both at the same time. In the example above, I zoom out, then try to increase text size, but when I do, it resets the page zoom to 100%. Why?? On high-dpi displays 100% is kind of an arbitrary value anyway, since the actual size on screen depends on your display scaling factor. If you could do both zoom types at once (even automatically, so do page zoom but keep text size effectively the same), this would be a very useful feature.
I was also looking for the ability to click on the zoom % value and type in an exact number. But it's not that easy. You have to enter any custom values into a string on the options page. You can't easily go between arbitrary values.
Finally there's no true zoom effect like you have in Edge using pinch gestures, which allows you to effectively magnify part of the screen, without the browser trying to re-layout the page to fit everything in.
So I suppose overall what I'm saying is there isn't much functionality here which I found useful.
Meta data leakage, security concern Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen
After reading the reply from the developer this issue is in a different ligth, I'm adjusting my rating accordingly.
The new feature that remembers zoom levels for specific sites.
How does the plug in remember this? Is the site/page address saved in clear text somwhere?
If YES, then this represents a security concern and metadata leakage.
Done properly the some typ of hash should be used for the page addresses, since it is one way only, only another visit on the page will be able to rerun the hash get the same value and set the zoom level.
Why is this important? Some (many) sites have metadata in the URL that will disclose privacy information. And another user on the same computer, or malware, can read the unencrypted file and get the information.
Because of this I can't rate higher than 1 star.
A workaround would be a very obivious setting that is the default that disables this function. If it isn't the default then it is of no use since not all (very few) users notice their addons being updated. And don't know that they need to review the updates to see if any functionality has been added that is unwanted.
Some clarifications ...
The ability to remember site-specfic zoom levels is not new in Version 14.0 and has always been part of Zoom Page.
The difference in Version 14 is that the zoom type (Full Page or Text Only) is remembered as well as the zoom level.
In its standard configuration, Firefox remembers site-specfic zoom levels. Zoom Page builds on top of this standard Firefox feature and uses the same mechanism (the content preference service) to remember site-specfic zoom levels and zoom types.
Normally, the content preference service stores preferences on disk. However, since Firefox 9.0, when in private browsing mode the content preference service stores preferences in memory. Content preferences are described in more detail here: https://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Using_content_preferences.
For consistency with Firefox, on initial installation, Zoom Page enables site-specific zoom, by setting the zoom mode to 'Default + Site-Specific'. Of course, at any time, the user can disable site-specific zoom, by setting the zoom mode to 'Default' or 'Fit-To-Width'.
Nicely done but lack of page specific filter breaks functionality Bewertet mit 2 von 5 Sternen
I have a certain site where I need to ZOOM a flash video. The way this add on is written, it forces every other page on that site to zoom with it. The only way to stop this is to set zoom to Default, and that breaks any remembering of per site settings for every other site.
Nosquint had a way to filter pages and not default every screen on a web site to the same zoom level.
Shame this is not being done here.
Not really ...
It is not correct to say that the lack of page-specific zoom exemptions "breaks the functionality" of Zoom Page. Firefox's standard site-specific zoom feature also does support page-specific zoom exemptions.
Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
Great addon. Like the latest update.
It would nice to have the possibility to export/import settings.
Excellent, but cannot import/export settings Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen
This is a brilliant extension that can improve web browsing for many people, including those with no eyesight problems.
There are so many helpful settings, per-site even, that it's a pity they cannot be stored/exported for safety and backup. Relying on Firefox-Pale Moon's inbuilt (and global) preferences location is just not enough and risky for so many different and fine-tuned settings - they can be inadvertently deleted for good very easily from a cleaning program or within the browser itself. It'd be an easy 5-star for me with an export/import feature.
Default zoom level does not work Bewertet mit 1 von 5 Sternen
I am trying to find an addon that has a default zoom level of 120% on all unvisited sites. This addon has the option but never zoom in at all. I so far haven't found any function of the addon except it has an extra button for zoom in and out which native ff has too.
Please try these settings ....
Zoom Page can do what you want - apply 120% to all unvisited pages, and remember zoom for previously visited pages.
Go to the Zoom Page Options Dialog. In the "General" tab, set Zoom Mode to "Default + Site-Specific (D/S). In the "Zoom Levels" tab, set Default Zoom to 120%. Click OK.
Thanks! Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen
Thank you for generously taking the time to answer my other post.
Yes, I had read the bulk of your manual on the home page, when I wrote, but I still couldn't quite follow the settings, which brought me to suggest that you give us a few specific examples, even if it is only on the home page.
I've been working in graphic design since 1996, on two platforms, so I am not exactly computer illiterate, and yet I could still not make out the setting explanations.
For example, portions like this in your manual appear:
"Percentage → click → Zoom Menu → shift+click → Set Text Minimum Zoom Level"
Now, then, does the first part mean "Click the percentage key to display the 'zoom menu'"? If so, I would have expected it to read, "Percentage key + click = Zoom Menu," so you might understand my confusion.
And where you said, "shift+click → Set Text Minimum Zoom Level" mean, "Shift+click anywhere on the screen to set the text minimum zoom level"?
In either case, I could always go through the options, one by one, and through trial and error and by a process of elimination, discover what each setting meant practically speaking, but I just thought it might be easier to suggest giving us a bit of an example for each main point. Of course, if my PageZoom icons were displayed anywhere at all, it might be easier to try each function and see what it did, one by one.
In your response you also said, "Zoom Page allows the user to set the zoom levels to any integer percentage values," and I am sure that a fine add-on like yours must do that, but "how to set those levels" was my question. All I saw in the options window were a set of pre-determined values, one of which was the "FF standard" and the others of which were "custom" sets, but they seemed to be predetermined at 60%, 70%, 80% and unchangeable.
Anyway, I don't want you to lose any more time with me. Just keep up the great work, and I will find a way to make the add-on work for me.
Some clarifications ...
Just to clarify the specific points raised ...
To get a better understanding of how Zoom Page works, you really need to be able to see the toollbar button, which looks like "- 100% +". The toolbar button should be on the navigation toolbar, or in the overflow panel (click the double chevron icon), or in the menu panel (click the three horizontal bars icon), or in the customize window (right-click the navigation toolbar and select Customize).
"Percentage → click → Zoom Menu → shift+click → Set Text Minimum Zoom Level" is meant to be a quick reminder of one of the toolbar button actions. This means the text minimum zoom level can be changed by clicking on the percentage display in the toolbar button to show the popup zoom menu and then Shift+clicking on one of the percentage zoom levels.
To define a set of custom zoom levels, in the options window, enter a list of zoom level percentages separated by hyphens into the "Edit Custom Zoom Levels" text box, and then click the "Up Arrow" button. You can now select these custom zoom levels by clicking the "Current Zoom Levels" drop-down menu and selecting the entry beginning with "C:" (where you should see your custom zoom levels).
hi, Dev Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
Can you fix it please ? every FF update and this addon (my favorite) is gone. can't remember for setting. about new tab issues . 10 quick link not 15 :( thank you
Edit: Sorry my mistake, i'd to change setup and restart it.
Add-on problem or Firefox issue? Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen
EDIT: I see thanks
Do you know if firefox devs already know this?
Anyhow I created a bug on bugzilla for it /show_bug. cgi?id=1178138 So if it's no t a known issue please drop by to get it more publicity.
I manually defined zoom intervals of 1% from 100 to over 400 but when i tested it the page size doesnt change on every tick of the zoom increase for example I increase it to 101 and it changes I increse it now to 102 but nothing happens I increase to 103 and it shows then later it skips higher % like 5 or 6% increases to notice a change. I tried with no squint and it has the same issue at the exact same zoom levels so I was wondering if this could be a firefox problem and if something could be done to catch their attention to fix it or if it's something intentional.
This is an issue with Firefox that was also encountered when developing Zoom Page. For example, if you zoom a page to 300%, and increase the zoom in 1% increments, there is no change in the size of the page contents until you reach 308%.
However, when viewing standalone images, all of the 1% increments do have an effect, since Zoom Page implements its own image zoom.
This is the one I was looking for Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
I somehow found this sometime back and became rather dependent on it. Firefox (38.0.?) one day decided it needed to reinstall or rejuvenate or something itself and did so leaving me with no addons or way to find out what the old ones had been. I kept searching for variations of "resize" and finding nothing that worked as well as this. A moment of inspiration (and desperation) and I searched for zoom and here it is, back again. Absolute simplicity, with nothing more than + and - buttons. No resolution menu to choose from, it just makes the page bigger or smaller. Perfection for my purposes, typically something that won't fit or doing a screen capture and want to fit everything in. Thank you DW-dev. Two more of your addons I had to rediscover were Print Edit and Navigate Up. Great job on all these.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (13.6) abgegeben.
Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
EDIT: It seems like everything is back to normal thanks to the latest fix, so I changed my rating accordingly.
This has become almost unusable for me after a recent update. Now, everytime a page has some additional content to load, the zoom gets reset. In some pages, just the act of zooming in triggers some refresh in the page and sends you back to 100%, which is infuriating.
The easiest example of this behavior is simply opening an image in a new tab and changing the zoom level before it's finished loading. Once it's completely loaded, it will reset to 100%.
Fixed in Version 13.5
These issues are fixed in Zoom Page 13.5, which has been submited to Mozilla fror review and public release.
In the meantime, you can downloiad Zoom Page 13.5 here:
Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen
Can't remember specific zoom level on about:newtab (v13.4)Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (13.4) abgegeben.
Site-specific zoom works with "about:newtab" - but not with "about:blank"
Do you mean "about:newtab" or "about:blank" ?
Site-specific zoom does work with "about:newtab", but by design does not work with "about:blank".
Firefox loads many transient "about:blank" pages, which are never seen by the user. To apply site-specific zoom to all of these transient pages would be very inefficient, and Firefox's standard zoom functionality avoids doing this. Zoom Page takes the same approach.
Can't remember specific zoom level on about:newtab Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen
I have choose Default + Site Specific mode and disable "Use 100% for special pages (audio, video, about:, xul)" option, then I use the toolbar to set a diffrent zoom level on about:newtab, but fail to reopen the tab with the wanted result.
I have found if I use Ctrl+T or click Open New Tab button, the zoom level is set to default, while I manually enter about:newtab into address bar, the zoom level will be set to specific level.
Site-specific zoom does work on about:newtab ...
This should work without any problem. As an example, try the following steps:
1. Set the Zoom Mode to "Default + Site-Specific (D/S)".
2. Set the Default Zoom Level to 120%.
3. Disable the "Use 100% for special pages ..." option.
4. Load the about:newtab page and the zoom level will be set to 120%.
5. Change the zoom level using the +/- buttons or drop-down menu to 80% (which will set the site-specific zoom for this site to 80%).
6. Load the about:newtab page in another tab and the zoom level will be set to 80% (because the site-specific zoom for this site is 80%).
If the "Use 100% for special pages ..." option was enabled in Step 3, the only difference would be that the zoom level would be set to 100% in Step 4. The zoom level in Step 6 would still be 80%, because site-specific zoom takes priority over the "Use 100% for special pages ..." option.
Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
In 13.3 there's once again that bug with "NaN%" in fit-to-width mode (that was fixed before in the 10.8 version).Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (13.3) abgegeben. Dieser Benutzer hat eine ältere Bewertung zu diesem Add-on.
Fixed in Version 13.4
This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.4, which has been submitted to Mozilla for review and public release.
You can download Zoom Page 13.4 from: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/zoom-page/versions/
A must have for everybody with bigger widescreens! Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
Living in times with high resolution widescreens and still badly programmed webpages for ancient times i got tired to zoom each page and found this extension, so, this is great and works closely flawless!
will rate 4 stars cause it still doesn't fill my widescreen completely 100% of 24' Monitor, but way better than without on most sites...thank you!
Also works good on FF nightly 41, will not live anymore without this extension :-)
Thanks for responding!
You're right, increasing was the point, i wasn't sure about those options, but now it goes up to 170% and 200%, perfect, 5 Stars!
Try increasing the maximum fit-to-width zoom levels ...
Not sure why it doesn't completely fill the width of your 24" monitor.
Have you tried increasing the "Maximum [Half Screen]" and "Maximum [Full Screen]" zoom level settings in the "Fit-To-Width Zoom Levels (%)" section of the Options dialog?
Great extension Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
I've had this extension for a while now, so it's about time I expressed my thanks to the developer. It's an extension I use now and then, and it hasn't really let me down when I have used it for the odd site that I need to adjust to my liking. Great also to see that it's still actively developed. Cheers.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (13.2.1-signed) abgegeben.
Default Zoom Level Not working. Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen
The Default Zoom Level (%) function is not working, I have to manually set the zoom level for each website.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (13.2.1-signed) abgegeben.
Please provide some more information ...
Please provide some more information. Which Zoom Mode are you using? Do you have to manually set the zoom level each time you open a new tab, or each time you load a new page?
The default (non-fit-to-width) zoom modes should work as follows ...
If the Zoom Mode option is set to Default (D/X), then whenever a new tab is opened the zoom level is set to the Default Zoom Level. If the zoom level is manually changed (e.g. using +/- buttons), then loading a new page in the same tab will not set the zoom level back to the Default Zoom Level.
If the Zoom Mode option is set to Default+Site-Specific (D/S), then whenever a new page is loaded the zoom level is set to the Default Zoom Level.
Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
Can only give it 4 stars because it is missing some things. To get 5 stars add features that NoSquint has. Full and Text zoom simultaneously on sites and an exception list are the two main ones. Limiting zooming at the domain level is not always good enough. NS appears to be heading for the bit bucket.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (13.2.1-signed) abgegeben. Dieser Benutzer hat eine ältere Bewertung zu diesem Add-on.
Try using the Text Minimum Zoom Level option ...
Zoom Page has a feature to stop text being zoomed so small that it becomes unreadable. This feature works with both manual zoom and fit-to-width zoom, when the zoom type is full-page.
The feature is configured using the Text Minimum Zoom Level option in the Options dialog. The Text Minimum Zoom Level can also be quickly changed by Shift+Click on a zoom value in the Zoom Menu.
The site-specfic zoom modes provide similar capabilities to having an exception list. As you say, site-specific zoom is performed at the website level, rather than the individual page level, and this is not going to change.
Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
The fix works perfect in 13.2.
That's an occasion for thanking the team for this nice piece of work. It's when they are missing that important things do feel important... !
Does what it's supposed to Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
Thanks for quickly fixing the bug in 13.1!Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (13.1.1-signed) abgegeben.
Fixed in Version 13.2
This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.2.