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Having issues with image disappearing as image zooms in. Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen
For some odd reason, before a couple of weeks ago, everytime I would zoom in on an image, the entire image would zoom in with the page. Now, instead of that, certain sections of the image will disappear as the picture gets bigger, meaning that the whole picture isn't showing. Hope this gets addressed in the future. Until otherwise, I have to drop the score I was going to give it to 3.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (14.5) abgegeben.
Fixed in Version 14.6
This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 14.6 which has been submitted to Mozilla for review prior to release in a few days.
Thanks for this! Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
How to make Zoom Page forget the zoom values of all sites, at once, and reset all of them to the default value, with one click?Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (14.5) abgegeben.
Fit to width does not work Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen
I agree that the options are much too complicated and I have never been able to get pages to “Fit to Width” despite choosing that option in the many option fields.
Why has no one developed a fit-to-width add-on that is as simple and elegant as the one that was in Opera classic, which let you fit a page to width with one click?
I want to fit the page to width so that it remains fitted even as I increase the text size to make it more easily readable.
Just one example: Can someone please tell me which Zoom Page options to choose to make this page fit to width? Everything I have tried has failed.
Fit-To-Width works with this page - and really is quite simple to do ...
It you want Fit-To-Width to work automatically:
1. Open the Zoom Page Options dialog.
2. Click 'Restore Defaults' button.
3. Set the Zoom Mode to 'Fit-To-Width' (F/X).
If you want to do Fit-To-Width just once:
1. Click on Zoom Page toolbar button to show the Zoom Menu.
2. Click on the 'double-headed arrow' icon.
Keep it Simple Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen
Response from user to:
Just to clarify ...
by DW-dev (Developer) on June 12, 2016:
No. the developer has made this add-on overly-complicated as numerous users have already reported and continue to report. The developer thinks in his own world and does not understand real-world usage nor real-world users and would rather defend the complex unfriendly, non-intuitive design, than improve it. It is his add-on and he can do as he wishes, and so can Firefox users.
I have removed Zoom Page in favour of the significantly more intuitive and much simpler NoSquint Plus add-on. And now I am happier and more productive.
Just to clarify ...
With NoSquint, there was the possibility of changing the two zoom values (Full-Page and Text-Only) independently, using Ctrl+MouseWheel and Ctrl+Shift+MouseWheel.
With Zoom Page, it is only possible to change one of the two zoom values (Full-Page or Text-Only) at any one time, using Ctrl+MouseWheel, and the other value is always set to 100%. As alternative to using the keyboard shortcut, you can right-click on the percentage display to switch between Full-Page and Text-Only zoom.
Bearing in mind the other "Ctrl" zoom features in Zoom Page, it would be logical for Ctrl+Shift+MouseWheel to zoom in/out using the Zoom Step, although this is not implemented at present.
Confusing but great Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen
Great add-on but over complicated and confusing option dialog
Needs to more self explantory and less confusing to setup
Otherwise a great add-on
Valiant attempt at NoSquint functionality, but usability needs some attention Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen
Another new NoSquint refugee here. The Zoom step and Custom Zoom levels are really unintuitive.
1. The custom zoom levels don't seem to have any effect at all. I have mine set to:
But it doesn't seem to respect that setting at all when increasing/decreasing the zoom.
2. Zoom step: I'm not sure if this is a bug, but the only way I can get it to use the setting for zoom step is to use Ctrl Shift + / - . Using Ctrl + or Ctrl Mouswheel, just uses the default zoom increments.
Edit: Figured it out, you have to use the 'Zoom/In Out - use zoom step' checkbox on the 'General' tab to use this. With this, now I am very happy!
Thanks for all the work.
Not unintuitive, just different ...
The way that Zoom Page works is different to NoSquint, but this does not mean that it is unintuitve!
1. Custom Zoom Levels - The custom zoom levels can be edited in the Zoom Page Options dialog. The set of custom zoom levels is a hyphen-separated list of zoom level percentages (1 to 10000). The custom zoom levels can be made available by clicking on the 'Update' button. The custom zoom levels can be made active by selecting the "C: ..." entry in the 'Current Zoom Levels' drop-down list.
2. Zoom Step - To use a Zoom Step instead of a list of predefined or custom zoom levels, you just need to enable the 'Zoom/In Out - use zoom step' checkbox (as you have found out).
Something Not Working--Resolved! Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
Edit: The developer (or someone) responded almost instantly and provided some possible solutions. This extension now works like it should, and I am very happy with it. Thank you, sir or madam.
I can't get new settings to apply. I'm using a Mac. When I click on the settings bar, I see three fields: plus, minus, and "888." Plus and minus don't work. 888 launches a settings bar, which I have set for 120. No change.
My goal is to enlarge every page, to have site-specific settings for various pages like I could do with Nosquint. How can I do that? Please help, really need a feature like this and will donate if you can make that happen. Thanks.
Zoom Page should work on Mac OS X ...
Using the 'Default + Site-Specific' (D/S) zoom mode, Zoom Page will allow allow you to set the default zoom level for all pages to any value (e.g. 120%), and to set site-specific zoom levels for various websites (but not for individual web pages).
The fact that you are seeing a zoom level of "888" means that Zoom Page has not installed correctly or there is a conflict with another add-on.
Please provide a little more information:
- Which version of Firefox are you using ?
- Are there any error messages relating to Zoom Page in the Browser Console (Tools > Web Developer > Browser Console) ?
Try these steps to see if they fix the problem:
1. Uninstall Zoom Page, restart Firefox a couple of times, and then reinstall Zoom Page.
2. Disable all your other add-ons, leaving just Zoom Page enabled. If Zoom Page then works, re-enable your other add-ons one-by-one, and test Zoom Page after each one, to see which one stops Zoom Page working.
If these steps do not fix the problem, please e-mail support at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Really Better Than NoSquint Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
Like many others I had to search for new plugin when NoSquint stopped working. I know about Zoom Page, but never tried it before. Now I had no choice, but to try it. I was pleasantly surprised. It's way better than NoSquint in my opinion. I don't think I'll be getting back to NoSquint even if the the support for the plugin is restored.
Great job with Zoom Page plugin!
better than NoSquint Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
I've had NO problems switching from NoSquint to Zoom Page. I like it even better, because it integrates better with Firefox's native zooming. I'm glad NoSquint is no longer supported; otherwise I'd never have discovered Zoom Page.
I just realized that Zoom Page is from the same developer who created Print Edit, another great Firefox extension. No wonder it's so good!
Great Add-On...one question though Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
Does one need to uncheck FireFox "site preferences" in the privacy options when clearing history in order for Zoom Page to remember each web sites' set custom zoom? I experimented with this, and this seems to be the case. However, I normally do a FireFox complete History clean each day (including site preferences). Does Zoom Page have any setting that saves custom set zooms for web sites without relying on "site preferences" in Firefox? TIA.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (14.5) abgegeben.
Site-specific zoom clarification ...
When using the 'Site-Specific' zoom modes, Zoom Page stores the zoom level and zoom type for each website in FireFox's 'site preferences'. This maintains compatibility with the site-specific zoom feature in standard Firefox, which also stores the zoom level for each website in FireFox's 'site preferences'. Zoom Page does not have a setting to store this information elsewhere.
des réglages cabalistiques Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen
J''étais sur No Squint qui n'est plus maintenu. Zoom Page offre des fonctions semblables, mais avec des réglages très compliqués. À y perdre son latin... Mais avec de la patience, on réussit à tirer quelque chose de cette extension.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (14.5) abgegeben.
Great Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
Not any word to say. Excellent for me.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (14.5) abgegeben.
Really glad I found this! Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
My NoSquint stopped working with the 47.0 update and was pretty hard pressed to find a replacement. An old reddit post lead me to this fantastic app and saved my firefox viewing comfort. Seems to have a lot cool and advanced features. Can't recommend this enough for those who are now forced to abandon NoSquint.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (14.5) abgegeben.
Overloaded yet lacking basic options Bewertet mit 2 von 5 Sternen
After upgrading to Firefox 27, NoSquint stopped working. Without it, using Firefox is just not possible because everything is tiny on my normal desktop monitor, and for some reason the Firefox team doesn't think it's necessary to implement a simple zoom option for all websites, which every other browser has had for half a decade at least.
So I needed to switch and landed at ZoomPage. While it seems that the developer thought of a lot of small customizations to implement, he did not think of two very basic ones:
1. Edit: Turns out this first option does exist!
2. A trigger to disable the image zoom function of this add-on completely.
The image zoom in here is simply not as good as a dedicated add-on like Viewhance, and it doesn't need to be. This isn't a critique asking for it to be improved, but about giving us an option to just disable it completely. So basically for the add-on to be turned off on .jpg/.png/.gif/.webm etc. endings, like with the about: pages.
I, and many others who are reading this and couldn't be bothered to make an account here (neither could I, until I was forced to just this moment), use seperate image zooming addons that don't work any more if Zoom Page is installed. So our choice now becomes between giving up on full page zoom or giving up on image zoom functionality.
If it's impossible to add an on/off trigger (though it should be, seeing as other zoom addons manage to do it), can't you guys just extract the page zoom code from this add-on without the image zoom code, and publish it as a seperate "Zoom Page Lite" add on or something? I just want to set a custom zoom level for all websites and be done with it.
Insufficient demand ...
Providing an option to disable all of the image zoom features in Zoom Page would be quite a lot of work.
So far, this is the only request for such a feature. If there was more demand, then this feature could be added.
There is already a plan to develop a lite version of Zoom Page (Zoom Page WE) in time for a reasonably complete and stable version of the new WebExtensions API (probably Firefox 49).
NoSquint RIP Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen
NoSquint RIP = worked in FF46, ...stopped in FF47.
Tried NoSquint Plus.
After some playing with Zoom Page.
Think, I've landed on work-able setting.
Fit-To-Width + Sit-Specific and Fit-To-Window.
Custom Zoom 100-135 in 5's.
Zoom Page Options = head scratch.
Three Stars for now. Testing in progress.
LUV to NoSquint RIP
Update: Custom Zoom 100-145 in 5's.
Zoom Page works good.
Options Apply is vague and export Settings would be nice.
Update2: since, Zoom Page.... I've noticed some Firefox Not Responding. Seems related to Zoom Page or my Zoom Page Options for yahoo.com/news.
Update3: back to FF native Zoom In Out. I found about:config Preference 'toolkit.zoomManager.zoomValues'. Changed increment to by 5's and set View to ZoomTextOnly.
Since, I was using NoSquint so long. I had not explored FF native Zoom. My focus/needs are reading (text).
Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
テキストだけのサイズ変更もできるし、サイトごとの設定が保存されるし、フレームでも問題なく動作するので、とても助かっています。Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (14.5) abgegeben.
TOP Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
best site zooming app from mozilla - addonsDiese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (14.5) abgegeben.
BUG!!! Problems with AEROPEEK Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen
From FF 46 zoompage doesn't work well. It have a problem with aeropeek and the preview thumbnails. Every windows appear inside the preview as a more and more little windows inside the main window.
Please fix it.
I don't know if the problem is present in every operating system, on Windows 7 x64 sure it is present. Until FF v45 it works, after v46 (tried also 47 and 48) aeropeek doesn't work fine.
Bug is in Firefox, not in Zoom Page ...
This is not a bug in Zoom Page. It is actually a bug in Firefox 46.0 and later versions, when the zoom level of a tab is not 100%.
To demonstrate that the bug is in Firefox, try these steps:
- disable Zoom Page
- open three tabs
- select the first tab and leave the zoom of the first tab at 100%
- select the second tab and use Ctrl+- to reduce the zoom to 90%
- select the third tab and use Ctrl++ to increase the zoom of to 110%
- hover over the taskbar preview of the first tab - the tab is displayed correctly (OK)
- hover over the taskbar preview of the second tab - the tab is not displayed, but a spinner is shown (BUG)
- hover over the taskbar preview of the third tab - the tab is displayed with several nested smaller windows (BUG)
Functions of NoSquint when it worked, but with an Interface from Hell. Bewertet mit 2 von 5 Sternen
I'm a bit of a techno-geek, so I'm using this extension successfully. That said, I cannot recommend it to any but those who are programmers or are similarly obsessive about detail and control.
While this extension replaces the functionality of NoSquint (when it worked), its user interface is even worse. Zooming text separately is indeed possible, but the controls are so utterly counter-intuitve that I cannot recommend for use on any of the many other systems I maintain.
NoSquint, when it worked, was worthy of a solid four stars, losing only one star for interface failings. Zoom Page loses two more stars for a user interface that even a programmer shouldn't have to tolerate.
How could the controls be simpler?
The Default and Default + Site-Specific zoom modes are the same as the zoom modes available in standard Firefox (except that the default zoom level can be configured). The zoom level can be controlled using the same menus and shortcut keys as in standard Firefox. However, Zoom Page provides addtional ways to switch between full-page and text-only zoom, such as right-clicking the percentage display or using a configurable shortcut key.
The other two zoom modes provide Fit-To-Width zoom as an alternative to a default zoom level. The zoom level is calculated dynamically for each page, so that the page occupies the full width of the browser window.
How could the controls be simpler?
Great Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen
I have to rewrite this review because I managed to accidentally delete it.
This is a great addon with many options and I used it to replace NoSquint and OldDefaultImageStyle.
One question: is there a way to use the Default/SiteSpecific zoom but delete site preferences on exit (like NoSquint)?
Thanks for this extension.
Not at present ...
Zoom Page does not provide a way to delete site specific preferences on exit from Firefox.