this was the best. Hate FF wreaked it.
This was and is the best image zoom I've ever used, The QoL enhancements that came from mouse shortcuts was incredible. Please update!
When comes the update for the new Add-on-Type?
Thank you "TurboLion" the alterative proposed by Firefox for this one is junk, yours is better.
Was using this extension for years, but seems like it won't be updated for Firefox 57. Thankfully, there's a newer one which seems to do the trick: "Rotate and Zoom Image"
For many years Image Zoom was one of my favorite addons. Even if it worked only partially, recently. As the last entry on the project homepage dates from 2013, there is no hope for an upgrade to WebExtensions & FF 57 Quantum. So it seems to be the time to say goodbye - sadly!
UPDATE: I have found a nice addon to replace "Image Zoom": it is called "Zoom Image".
Just upgraded to the latest Waterfox, and image zoom won't let go after right clicking and zooming a photo. Scrolling just makes the picture larger and smaller. It's been great for years! Can't someone work on it?!
No right-click menus anymore...
It does NOT work in FaceBook any more, since some time. In some pages/sites works ok, but in some others it doesn't.
It doesn't work anymore since Firefox v53 (and it used to have some issues before too). I even tried it updating to Firefox v54.0b12 and then removing and reinstalling Image Zoom again but it doesn't work at all.
works again on ff 54.0b7 (64-Bit)
here https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/firefox/addon/image-zoom-ugly-attempt/?src=api you'll find "Image Zoom (ugly fixes)".
but this will not last a long time.
the only one i've found is https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/firefox/addon/zoom-page/ but it is not as efficient as image zoom :(
Desperately needs an update but otherwise has been fantastic and used by my for years. Any good alternatives?
Lacks multiple images scrolling for Tumblr archives, as some images in archives have multiple photos attached to a single image.
See Hover Zoom + for example.
Otherwise, your program is the best out there.
Please fix this issue.
I really like this addon, but I have recently noticed a bug with the images.
When right clicking one it adds the size of it in the element.styles, thus breaking the responsiveness of websites.
This also makes it impossible to zoom in/out if only the an image is opened (with left click - since the image is bigger than the screen.)
Problem: you can still hold right-button and then use the scroll too zoom. But after that, when you release right button, it will show context menu which didn't happen in 48 or earlier version. And after that, your scroll are still zooming the image (despite you've released right-button).
Please fix, thanks.
Image zoom is a great addon and extremely useful for resizing pictures easily in web pages.
I urge the developer to update it to remove the bug that crops the image when zooming reported by another review, and also to ensure compatibility with the E10S Firefox system that is due to be released shortly.
Since FF 46, zooming ends with top of image being cropped out of view, while scroll bar shows page is maxed-out in up position. Problem persists whether from mouse scroll or choosing zoom value from context menu, also from either image being viewed alone or from inside a web page. Uninstalling / reinstalling changes nothing. Images of proof from ImageZoom website; https://github.com/jasadams/imagezoom/issues/33.
Thanks for the info. Indeed, installing it again (even without uninstalling first) fixed the addon - it's working again.
From version 46, mouse clicks such as right button plus left button for zoom to fit don't work anymore. Already tried uninstalling/installing the add-on
Uninstalling this add-on, and then re-installing is sometimes a solution. Should that be??
For me it's working again.
It works just fine on Firefox 45 (and 44 and 43 and those before) and it is multiplatform (I am on SunOS that is Openindiana hipster/illumos)
allows to rotate, zoom, just what would one need viewing images.
I would suggest to add option of setting default settings for fit Zoom width, but since I can enable right click>FitWidth ,it could be said it is good enough and well suited. Support the author! :)