Nice add-on + Suggestions Rated 3 out of 5 stars

It would be nice if you could add and option as an alternative to the zoom levels that allows you to set a custom interval level of for example always 10% instead of having to write the list of every zoom value you want. Also it would be nice if you could click on the zoom value and type any value you want there and maybe display the menu on right click and reset with middle click.

Also there are some features that are at least for me a bit confusing so if you could add tooltips to the options explaining what they mean it would be nice.

Thanks for making this add-on.

drive me crazy Rated 4 out of 5 stars

i love this add-on thank you. but on (about:newtab), always change the default P90% to P100%. on P100% i cannot get the all 15 quick tab. so i always have to zoom out. (unmarked Special page Zoom level.)

Try disabling "Use 100% for special pages" option

There was a new "Use 100% for special pages (audio, video, about:, xul)" option introduced in Zoom Page 13.1. Try disabling (unticking) this option in the "Zoom Levels" tab of the "Options" dialog.

A must have for everybody with bigger widescreens! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Living in times with high resolution widescreens and still badly programmed webpages for ancient times i got tired to zoom each page and found this extension, so, this is great and works closely flawless!
will rate 4 stars cause it still doesn't fill my widescreen completely 100% of 24' Monitor, but way better than without on most sites...thank you!
Also works good on FF nightly 41, will not live anymore without this extension :-)

Thanks for responding!
You're right, increasing was the point, i wasn't sure about those options, but now it goes up to 170% and 200%, perfect, 5 Stars!

Try increasing the maximum fit-to-width zoom levels ...

Not sure why it doesn't completely fill the width of your 24" monitor.

Have you tried increasing the "Maximum [Half Screen]" and "Maximum [Full Screen]" zoom level settings in the "Fit-To-Width Zoom Levels (%)" section of the Options dialog?

Great extension Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I've had this extension for a while now, so it's about time I expressed my thanks to the developer. It's an extension I use now and then, and it hasn't really let me down when I have used it for the odd site that I need to adjust to my liking. Great also to see that it's still actively developed. Cheers.

Default Zoom Level Not working. Rated 3 out of 5 stars

The Default Zoom Level (%) function is not working, I have to manually set the zoom level for each website.

Please provide some more information ...

Please provide some more information. Which Zoom Mode are you using? Do you have to manually set the zoom level each time you open a new tab, or each time you load a new page?

The default (non-fit-to-width) zoom modes should work as follows ...

If the Zoom Mode option is set to Default (D/X), then whenever a new tab is opened the zoom level is set to the Default Zoom Level. If the zoom level is manually changed (e.g. using +/- buttons), then loading a new page in the same tab will not set the zoom level back to the Default Zoom Level.

If the Zoom Mode option is set to Default+Site-Specific (D/S), then whenever a new page is loaded the zoom level is set to the Default Zoom Level.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Can only give it 4 stars because it is missing some things. To get 5 stars add features that NoSquint has. Full and Text zoom simultaneously on sites and an exception list are the two main ones. Limiting zooming at the domain level is not always good enough. NS appears to be heading for the bit bucket.

This user has a previous review of this add-on.

Try using the Text Minimum Zoom Level option ...

Zoom Page has a feature to stop text being zoomed so small that it becomes unreadable. This feature works with both manual zoom and fit-to-width zoom, when the zoom type is full-page.

The feature is configured using the Text Minimum Zoom Level option in the Options dialog. The Text Minimum Zoom Level can also be quickly changed by Shift+Click on a zoom value in the Zoom Menu.

The site-specfic zoom modes provide similar capabilities to having an exception list. As you say, site-specific zoom is performed at the website level, rather than the individual page level, and this is not going to change.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The fix works perfect in 13.2.
That's an occasion for thanking the team for this nice piece of work. It's when they are missing that important things do feel important... !

Does what it's supposed to Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thanks for quickly fixing the bug in 13.1!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.1.1-signed). 

Fixed in Version 13.2

This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.2.

After firefox update to v. 38.0.1 Zoom Page doesn't work correctly Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Links in new tabs are being open with zoom 100% (default is 150%).

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.1.1-signed). 

Fixed in Version 13.2

This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.2.

13.1 dont work Rated 5 out of 5 stars

13.0 good work 13.1 dont work

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.1.1-signed). 

Fixed in Version 13.2

This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.2.

Back to 100% on tab switching Rated 5 out of 5 stars

As mentioned by the-trooper and Roland Spencer for some sites site-specific zoom settings are not remembered in version 13.1.
To reproduce: search for something in yandex.com and google.com. While results, that are opened from google.com do not revert zoom factor of google page, results on yandex go back to 100% zoom factor when opening any link.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.1.1-signed). 

Fixed in Version 13.2

This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.2.

Switch tab - back to 100% Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Another one here to report 13.1 bug when switching tabs.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.1.1-signed). 

Fixed in Version 13.2

This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.2.

Love Zoom Page! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

But also having problems with 13.1. Would like to revert to 13.0. Thanks.

Edit: Thanks for fixing so quickly!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.1.1-signed). 

Fixed in Version 13.2

This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.2.

Bug in version 13.1 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I'm also experiencing bugs where the site specific settings are not being remembered. It acts like the special tabs with the 100% setting set. Specifically, a website loads at 100% (even though it has been previously set to 133%) I increase the zoom to 133%, switch to another tab, and when I switch back it is back down to 100%. So it is probably related to the special tabs code added to version 13.1

for everyone else having problems you can go back to version 13.0 by clicking version information at the bottom of the page, then clicking the 'see complete version history' link. that will give you a page with all the previous versions to install.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.1.1-signed). 

Fixed in Version 13.2

This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.2. As you guessed, the problem was caused by the new option to apply 100% zoom to special pages. This option now works correctly and is initially disabled.

fucking auto update 13,1 version sux Rated 2 out of 5 stars

plz download link old 13,0 version because
half hour try setting but not work fine
13,0 not problem .....

plz share the link NOW

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.1.1-signed). 

Fixed in Version 13.2

This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.2.

Zooms Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Dear developers, how do I download the previous version of your plugin? The latest version forgets its site-specific settings. Unfortunately, FF updated the plugin without keeping the backup and even notifying me. =(

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.1.1-signed). 

Fixed in Version 13.2

This problem is fixed in Zoom Page 13.2.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Удобный зум.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.0.1-signed). 

Automatically fits the screen Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It automatically fits the screen that's reduce much hand strength.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.0.1-signed). 

Eccellente Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Ottimo componente aggiuntivo, 5 stelle!!!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.0.1-signed). 

Problem with font sizes Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Today I found out, that this add-on caused my Firefox to have too large fonts everywhere, which is really sad, because I like the add-on. But as of now, even the smallest font is too large with this extension. It came a few months ago from one day to the other. Mean while I started a new Firefox, but today I gave it another shot and found out which extension caused all this :(

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (13.0.1-signed). 

Please provide more information

It is difficult to understand what the problem is without some more detailed information. Zoom Pageonly zooms web page contents in accordance with the current settings (selected zoom level, full page or text only, etc) and the chosen options (zoom mode, zoom levels, etc) in the options dialog.

It is likely that you have accidentally selected a setting or option that is causing the text (fonts) to be zoomed larger than you want, for example:

- You may have Right-Clicked on the zoom percentage display, which switches into 'Text Only' zoom. To fix this, Right-click again on the zoom percentage display to switch back into 'Full Page' zoom.

- You may have Shift+Clicked have on a percentage zoom level on the drop-down zoom menu, which changes the Text Minimum Zoom Level used in 'Full Page' zoom. To fix this, Shift-Click on a smaller percentage on the drop-down zoom menu to reduce the Text Minimum Zoom Level. Note, the current Text Minimum Zoom Level is highlighted in red on the drop-down zoom menu.

- You may have selected a 'Fit-To-Width' zoom mode, instead of a 'Default' zoom mode. To fix this, move the mouse over the 'gear wheel' icon on the drop-down zoom menu, and then select the 'D/X' or 'D/S' zoom mode on the small popup menu.