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I've been using this extension for a while, it's quick and easy to use and I've been recommending it to my friends on StumbleUpon.com, even added a review on my blog for other Stumblers to find.
Very helpful plug. If you combine this with the use of Firebug.. web design is at your finger tips. If you are looking for a similar plug for the (hells-pawned) IE, you can find one here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/thankyou.aspx?familyId=e59c3964-672d-4511-bb3e-2d5e1db91038&displayLang=en
A super add-on, just what I was looking for and it works great with FF 126.96.36.199 and XP. What more do you want? ;)
Real nice add-on could use a quick key tho, but still very usefull.
Great extension. Nice and simple :) It works sorta like the 'zoom' function on macs, which is nice if you like to multitask.
That's what I use it for mainly. But maybe it'd be better if you added a way to also choose separate height values as well.
But otherwise, it's really good :)
Hey. I am a web designer and I LOVE this tool along with IE TAB. With this, I don't have to keep switching back to 800x600 to see my results, as that is very annoying. I use 1024x768, which is overall the absolute best screen resolution, as I have no clue why anyone would want to use 800x600. But, still, most people do, so I have to check my results in that resolution and this tool makes it SO much easier. I also recommend IE TAB for web designers or anyone else!
Works great here on Vista Premium and saves me from consantly going back to my old machine with the 1024*768 screen or to see how it looks at 800 * 600.
1. add the ability for a custom size
2. need 1440 * 900 screen size!
It's a pretty nifty extension... except when you open it it does so at the very top of the screen — annoying when you use the XP taskbar at the top of the screen like me — and when it is open it features no titlebar at all, so you can't move it somewhere else. A better implementation would be as an clickable icon on the bottom left of the firefox window, like GreaseMonkey does.