Great, but pls add viewport resize... Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

I did read the FAQ and I do understand your reasons... However I'd like to use Firesizer for recording tutorials/making screenshots for documentation and I really only need to capture the site content in a consistent format (HD) and not the full browser window...
Otherwise simple and great add-on. Thanks.

Responsive design mode

In that case, you will probably be better served using the built-in Responsive Design mode where you can set the viewport size. It's under Tools / Web Developer, or you can press Ctrl+Shift+M.

Muito bom! Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

Exatamente o que preciso, com a simplicidade que eu queria!

On Fx44--still working fine, no other add-ons required Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

The add-on/statusbar stub is still there in Fx44, so a little CSS is all I need to make it visible and use it. Love it!

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INCREDIBLY handy if you need to take consistently sized screenshots across many days Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

I regularly need to incorporate screenshots into documentation of Web applications. Firesizer is THE tool to set my browser to a known size so that screenshots taken across several days are all consistently sized. Excellent add-on!

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Extremely Useful Tool for Developers Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

For anybody developing web sites, this is really helpful to have.

Nifty little tool - and a feature suggestion Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

Thanks for creating this nifty add-ons. Knowing where and how the custom dimensions are stored would make it even a better add-on. Keep up the good work.

Have you tried Ctrl+Shift+M? Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

This add-on still works great on Firefox ESR ( ) which I use. I'm sad to read that there are problems with the latest stable FF though. For the ones that use this, may I advice to try the built-in FF Responsive Design View - Ctrl+Shift+M ( )
I've just find out about it and it mostly covers this add-on's features.

Hope that helps some of you fellow devs.

Ditch the add-on bar!! Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen

I agree with other posters that forcing us to put back in a feature (add-on bar) which has been abandoned (with lots of notice to boot) in order to support this single add on is completely backwards thinking. This used to be a daily driver but now it's simply inaccessible. PLEASE for the love of dog fix this! Allow us to place it in the new customizable menu!

Used to be favorite, but now... Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen

Please make this one work in FF 29+ without the need for installing the extra statusbar add-on!

Firesizer used to be my most used add-on: it's very helpful when you change browser window size often to different screen standards. It's also easy to customize.
But I'm consciously limiting the number of installed add-ons, for reasons of browser speed and stability, so really don't need an extra add-on to keep another one working. Also 'keeping alive' the status bar now that it's been structurally abandoned by FF isn't the way to go. So I've stopped using Firesizer for now.

Having a small popup panel (e.g. like Ghostery has), or having the resize options show up in the right click option menu would be great.

Not showing the correct resolution? Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

Looks like a great add-on for working with responsive design... My laptop has a 1920px width and when the window is maximised it's showing 1936 x 1186? And it makes no difference if there's a scroll bar showing or not?


I have explained what you're seeing in this reply to another comment:

Now 5 Stars again Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternen

Doesn't work anymore in Firefox 29.0.
Before it was a 5 star add-on.

UPDATE: 2014-05-02: Thank you for your hint about "The Addon Bar" extension. Now 5 stars again and great support man!

The Addon Bar

I recommend installing "The Addon Bar" extension to restore the addon bar to Firefox 29. Every extension that uses it has been affected by the changes introduced in Firefox 29.

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@blafuchs: I tried your hack but it was off by a couple pixels when testing it with my media queries. @McGWD hack is spot on. If the author fixes the original I'll give it 5 stars. With the hack though it's perfect!

Great App !!! Bewertet mit 1 von 5 Sternen

[EDIT: After using this tool for a good chunk of time, I realized all the readings are off. After comparing measurements to other window measuring tools I found the measurements are WAY OFF. Tested both viewport and window size and found measurements displayed are not close to either!!! I would post picture evidence but no upload feature.]

I needed a simple app to help with responsive window resolution testing for my website. And this app fit my needs almost perfectly. It could use a few more features like starting with a few more standard sizes but otherwise great job!

If you make it open source, I promise to make some improvements from similar apps (but more advanced) that I have used and tested and found to be useful. Sadly, they only work with Chrome. =[

Oh, and a super thanks for letting me know about Barlesque, I love it!!!!

As designed

This extension is meant to resize the entire browser window to the specified size, not the HTML viewport. I really feel that most, if not all web site designs seem to target some sort of ideal viewport size (like 1024x768), and always seem to forget about window borders, scroll bars, etc..., and it really drives me nuts. You can't ignore the fact that browsers have all of these interface elements. If you're developing for mobile devices, this is a different story, and in that case, using the viewport size would make more sense.

Firesizer's measurements include these window borders, top/bottom status bars, menus, navigation buttons, etc... When these are included, the measurements are accurate. Further, when the window is maximized, Windows actually just makes the window so big that you can't see the borders, but they are still there. This will cause the measurements to appear to be inaccurate in a maximized window. There is no way to account for this in the extension because the border widths are OS specific, and users can change them if they want.

correct ViewportSize Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

@McGWD: nice work, but the viewport is actually content.document.documentElement.clientWidth

document.documentElement.clientWidth in that case returns the size of the whole program window. Seems the addon is not working in the document window scope by default.

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I made it so it shows the Viewport-Size!
First of all I would like to thank the author for this great little plugin. It really saves time and comes in handy when designing responsive websites.As many others I first wasn't too happy with the plugin only giving back the outer window dimensions. I wanted the viewport-width as well. But I figured out a way to change the javaScript to accomodate for that. First, read this Article how to hack Firefox Extensions: open up the firesizer.js and on line 36 change 'window.outerWidth' to 'document.documentElement.clientWidth-2'.Reinstall the plugin and from now on the width given is the actual viewport width.CheersMcGWD

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Very simple, saves some time resizing the browser window while working and need multiple browsers open and next to each other. Would be nice if I could "nickname" the size, since I have multiple browser sizes for different projects.

Saving position would be nice Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

it does work good but i wish that i can save/restore the position of my window, thanks anyway.

Needs viewport resizing, too. Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

It would be useful to have a checkbox next to each setting to indicate whether the dimensions are for the whole browser window or just the content area.

That way, I wouldn't have to go into the Web Console, query outerHeight - innerHeight + desiredInnerHeight (and the same for width, if on Windows).

I was developing a kiosk app that will show full-screen on a 1920x1080 monitor, so I wanted a content window of exactly that size, so that I could see how it will look.

It would also be useful to be able to assign key-chords to the settings. That would speed up testing: make a change, reload the page, and cycle through your target sizes by hitting the appropriate keys

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Very useful to maintain firefox window size

good tool for devs and testers Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

This tool provides great way to see what a site looks like when the user has a given size of screen and the browser configured a given way (e.g. number of toolbars and such nonsense)

Things I'd like to see added.
1) better list of standard defaults based on what is in common use including sizes of common tablets in portrait and landscape
2) option of a 'label' on a resolution, helpful to remind you why you care.. Display in the list when choosing, but not once chosen.
e.g. a portion of the default list might look like this
768 x 1024 ipad -portrait
768 x 1366 surface -portrait
800 x 1232 xoom -portrait
1024 x 768 ipad -landscape
1280 x 752 xoom -landscape
1366 x 768 surface -landscape