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Small Screen Renderer gives me a starting point for trying to figure out how to make my pages compatible with mobile devices. I would have given it 5 stars except the small-screen-view page reverts back to normal full-size view after every refresh/reload of the page, and you have to keep going back up into the menu and re-selecting the "small screen" view. At least that is the behavior on Linux, I dunno about other OS's. Maybe it would be better to have a user-settable option to keep the page in small-screen view until the user specifically tells it to go back to regular view? I suppose the author made it the way it is, to keep people from freaking out (in case they forgot (?) they'd set it to small-screen view, or forgot how to change it via the menu), but it's slightly inconvenient when making changes to a page's code and reloading it to see how it displays. I guess it's not a big deal... more like a half-star demerit, so if this website would let me rate it at 4-and-a-half stars, that would be better :)
Works fine, I find I allways have probs reading AOLweb e-mails.
It does exactly what it says, nothing more, nothing less. I'd like to see this melded with "split browser", because the two add-ons make up for one another's shortcomings.
This is really good code to start customizing the web browser to resolve one of the oldest UI issues: Web pages that are way too wide to read comfortably. There are many such pages--with over 100 words per line, for example, I've modified v1.12 so that page width stays around 512px. Horizontal scrolling is now minimal. The modified version works better than Opera's "Fit to Width" feature. Thank you, glzaou!
Not very useful as is. Would be better if we could select profiles or tweak the user-agent.
Right now it's more just a quick visual help to see what you are doing, but not useful to really develop sites on a wide range of devices.
Seria mucho mejor si el tamaño fuera personalizable, me sirviria mucho para mi eeepc 701 (800x480)
This is a great addon for developers like me (along with the user agent switcher). It would be great to have configurable size presets (e.g. iPhone = 320x480, BlackBerry = 320x320, etc), and to also keep the size until turned off (e.g. when I click a link it goes back to full size). Ideally the user agent would switch at the same time though.. hmm..
As a website designer currently working on cell phone websites - THIS ROCKS!
Expect Firefox3 Release! Waiting!!!
Expect Firefox3 Release! Waiting
Used to work really well, till Firefox 3 came out...waiting for an update...and would be cool, if after clicking a link in Small Screen mode for it to continue to stay in that mode when the page changes...
Does what it's supposed to do. Would be useful for web developers.