Rated 4.9 out of 5
4.9 Stars out of 5
- by Firefox user 15604230, 8 months agoRated 5 out of 5Tried multiple add-ons that I found first, promising to set default zoom level or upscaled font, none of which worked as intended. This works perfectly. Now I can stop squinting at text when I want to sit back and look at my monitor from afar. Thank you!
- by Cvcope, 9 months agoRated 5 out of 5Hi, Jamie; your app Default Zoom is WONDERFUL. Thank you for making a VERY useful app that does what it should and is super easy to use. It was sOOOOOOOOOOOOOO frustrating searching for a way to set and SAVE the Zoom I wanted. I got all sorts of ways to supposedly do this, but none of them worked. Your are the BEST!!!
—Richard Copeland (Encinitas, CA)
- by Dave, 10 months agoRated 5 out of 5I ended up using "Fixed Zoom" instead because it has different behavior that I prefer. But I give "Default Zoom" five stars because it does exactly what it says it does.
The reason I ended up using "Fixed Zoom" instead is that I always want the initial zoom of pages that I view to be 125%, even if I changed the zoom level manually the last time I was on that page. Sometimes I want to temporarily adjust the zoom level while I'm on a page, but I still want it to be 125% when I reopen the page.
- by Stephen Jenkins, 10 months agoRated 5 out of 5Excellent... no more squinting! I was sick and tired of having to press Ctrl+(numberpad plus sign) on my laptop PC to zoom-in every single time I loaded a new website or page. What's more is that this was a persistent problem, and I needed to make this change across-the-board. I needed **one default zoom** for everything for every website I visited. This solves that problem, is lightweight code, and does its job well.
One more thing I discovered after using this extension: refreshing a page does not automatically update it to the default zoom you set using this extension, but closing a tab and then immediately reopening it does. This is a good behavior because there are times when a page needs to be refreshed without resetting it back to the default set by this extension. If you need that, then simply close and then re-open the tab using Ctrl-W (close) and then Ctrl-Shift-T (reopen), after which the default will be restored for that tab.