Thanks to the "add on" I'm saved! But here's another reason why "centering all images" and "adding a background color" - while "aesthetically nice," RUINS the point of web-hosting images without any adornments: With the background color added and the image centered - you CANNOT hold down the left button on your mouse and copy and paste the image into an e-mail or into an online HTML composer like what you would use, for example, when you sell something at eBay. Crazy!
The change without the ability to revert, or even change color code obnoxious. I really like Firefox and prefer it over every other browser. Still, I can't hope understand where the logic behind this choice came from. This thing fixes everything,though. Without this add-on, I'd be searching for a different browser as Firefox-like as possible. Perhaps it's over dramatic, but I would've been very sad to do so. I hope they don't break it again, I don't like being afraid of Firefox developer decisions.
The new look is terrible, seriously don't fix something that's not fcking broken. The grey background destroys any "transparent" pictures such as this:
Got Firefox 11 today. Found this add-on less than 15 minutes later. Does exactly what I expected from Firefox and was unable to do in about:config.
When I open an image directly, I expect to see a non-styled page with just the image, so as to differentiate it from the website it is hosted on. The new behavior made that impossible and therefore this add-on a must-have for me.
I personally like the new dark background as I hate blaring white pages with 1/4 of it being an image.
"If it ain't broke", well, Seamonkey 2.8/Firefox 11 breaks it, this addon UNBREAKS it. xD
Having a dark background was and centering the image was a really dumb idea. Thank you for this plugin, works great.
Thanks for this add-on!
Can't believe it took only 17 votes to do this stupid layout "enhancement"
Thanks a lot.
Like many others, I've been quite confused with a lot of the directions FF has taken in the last 1-2 years. This "upgrade" being included in v11.0 without the ability of the end-user to change the setting is... mind-boggling.
This add on works, and does what it is supposed to.
thanks so much for this add-on!
Yet another stupid UI change imposed upon us, that I have to undo. Like all the idiotic UI changes that came with Firefox 4, made for no reason other than "other browsers do this". Well guess what? I liked Firefox because it WASN'T like all the other browsers.
Thanks to this add-on, this particular idiotic change is easy to undo.
This is really great thanks so much. I just hate having image files look like html pages.
This shouldn't be necessary, but since it is, thanks man.
Small, doesn't require a restart, provides all relevant settings. A perfect fix for a problem that Mozilla shouldn't have created in the first place. Thank you so much!
This is just one of the point-cases where (we) the users just shake our heads.
There should have been and option to switch styles and everything woud be OK, but no! They (the involved dev.people) didn't even look at "about:logo" !
Thanks for your work.