- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Utilizador do Firefox 12946553, a há 5 anosIt works just like in the previous ZoomPage, but some sites (i suspect html5 but have not inspected it thouroughly) make the autofit crazy. It zooms in and out for seconds until it gives up to 100% zoom. This behaviour makes it unusable as it is for me.
A sample page where it bugs : https://www.grazia.fr/
Edit : Thanks, it's much better now !
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Ron, a há 5 anosVery annoying reset button at history triangle in address line. When page zoomed and you trying to open history but there reset :/With the new Firefox WebExtensions API's, it is not possible to hide the zoom indicator (reset button) in the address bar.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Polo, a há 5 anosi don't like this extention at all .much worse than zoom page .
please at least add two function .
auto zoom page to fit width and fit specific width .this two function is very useful especially for tablet user .i give up to use chrome just because firefox have zoom page which have above 2 function but chrome dont have .
don't know why in new version developer remove the most competive functions .
please ,please add back please
after study more carefully the function ,just realize above is my misunderstanding ,it have auto fit width function in setting ,it's excellent .thanks for PERMALINK's replyZoom Page WE provides site-specfic zoom, just like the original Zoom Page.
Since version 6.0 Zoom Page WE provides fully automatic fit-to-width zoom.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Francewhoa, a há 5 anosThe good
• Attractive GNU General Public License version 2. This means this add-on is owned and supported by a friendly not-for-profit community. Instead of a for-profit corporation. And more secure because its full code is publicly available for review.
• Easily and quickly set default zoom either per-site or per-tab
• Fast and responsive
• Lots of configurable options
• Add-on can be activated or deactivated without restarting Firefox
• Implemented using the new WebExtensions API. Which is the future of add-ons.
• Available for both Firefox and Chrome with identical functions and user interfaces. So one easier learning curve :)
• Friendly and fast support from author
• After you click on the toolbar button, the text on the following 3 buttons overlap the buttons: “Reset”, “Auto”, “Reset”. Which make those 3 buttons both hard to see and use. But the buttons are still usable. The author said there is a fix in progress to resolve that.
• This is now fixed with version 6.3+. With the previous version 6.2 at “about:addons” under the add-on “Preferences” page the location of the configuration of options might be hard to find for newcomers. Because to find those the user has to scroll all the way under the very long add-on description text :( In my case, after an initial configuration I seldom need to change those configurations though. So it is still usable :) I suggest to keep the add-on description text concise. And move the long details to a webpage. Such as the add-on homepage at https://addons.mozilla.org
Then add link(s) from the add-on “Preferences” page to the add-on homepage. I understand Mozilla made a poor usability choice by moving the configuration to that location. But I’m assuming the developer has control over the lenght of the text and can add URL into that description of the add-on “Preferences” page? Any other suggestion to resolve this challenge?
• Add-on version 6.3
• Firefox 52.4.0 (64-bit)
• Debian 8 Jessie 64-bit
• GNOMEWith Zoom Page WE 7.1, both the popup panel and the options dialog will automatically adjust to accommodate the larger font sizes used on some platforms.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por joefiesta, a há 5 anosNew, 20210608:
Your help states:
Zoom Page WE is implemented using the new WebExtensions API and is available for both Firefox and Chrome with identical functions and user interfaces.
I find this slightly incorrect. When I export per-site option in FF, the filetype is .TXT. From Chrome, the filetype is .JSON.
Not such a problem, but, I can't import the FF per-site options to CHROME, even if I change the filetype to .JSON
The onlyi thing I see may be a problem is the final statement from FF is
It has a trailing comma, but when I export from Chrome there is none.
Can I import FF options into Chrome and how?
I justinstalled Zoom Page WE. (getting away from Zoom Page).
It breaks the following page:
I get the "unresponsive script" dialog. Does it consistently. I disable ZoompageWE and the page refreshes fine.
Running FF 52.4.0 EST... win 7 Pro, 32 bit
Addition, 10/4: Maybe I'm doing something wrong, But, it looks like I can not make more than one review. I wanted to list each problem in a separate review, but it looks like Mozilla deletes a previous review when I make a new one. So, communicating problems with reviews is problematic.
My second problem:
I set up the options to define customized zoom amounts(30, 40 50, etc) . I also set the Zoom In/Out to fixed steps of 4%.
using CTRL+ and CTRL- makes the zoom amount change by the "customized zoom amounts". Using the drop down menu + and - makes the zoom amounts change by the "In/Out fixed steps" amounts.
a. This is not documented
b. This is clumsy. That is, using the drop down menu is clumsy just to change a zoom amount. Any time I have to pick up the mouse and use it I am not happy. It would be perfect if I could define a keyboard shortcut for the two zoom by In/Out fixed amount functions. Or, just have them defined (maybe ctrl 11 and ctrl 12 or anything besides the mouse).The unresponsive script problem is fixed in Zoom Page WE 6.2.
With regards to the Ctrl+- and Ctrl++ keyboard shortcuts, iIt depends on whether the page contents are focused or something else (e.g. the address bar) is focused.
If the page contents are focused, then Ctrl+0, Ctrl+- & Ctrl++ will use the user-defined zoom levels or zoom step.
If something else (e.g. the address bar) is focused, then Ctrl+0, Ctrl+- & Ctrl++ will use the standard Firefox zoom levels.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por gugarci, a há 5 anosJust upgraded to this version this morning. I knew how to access the option menu because I had use the previous version that worked on earlier version of Firefox. But when I saw the option dialog box at the bottom of the option page I thought it was an image of the menu not the actual option menu. Sent email to the developer who responded within a minute of sending him a support email. All is well.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por SharpSA, a há 6 anosIt is working good for me, but there is no complete automatic alignment to the width of the current window so you do not have to click it.Zoom Page WE 6.0 implements fully automatic fit-to-width.
To turn on this feature you must enable the 'Apply AutoFit zoom instead of default zoom level' option.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por tmk333, a há 6 anosI have no complain about the functionality, hence the 5 stars. :)
Just want to ask is it possible to make it zoom in/out by scrolling over the button? I am not sure if it is possible with WE but it will be a very nice thing to have.It is not possible to zoom in/out by scrolling over the toolbar button, because the WebExtensions APIs do not provide a listener for these scroll events.
However, you can zoom in/out by scrolling over the button popup or by Ctrl+scrolling over the page contents.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Pavel777, a há 6 anosStarting with version 5.2, the set scale of the page "chrome: //fvd.speeddial/content/fvd_about_blank.html" is not saved.
Extension «Speed Dial [FVD]» - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/fvd-speed-dial/?src=ssThis problem was accidentally introduced in Zoom Page WE 5.2.
This problem is fixed in Zoom Page WE 5.4.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Utilizador do Firefox 13287805, a há 6 anosZoom page doesn't work well with many popup plugin, Zoom page WE fixes this problem
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Utilizador do Firefox 13285367, a há 6 anosWorks perfectly fine for me :)
Exactly what I was looking for
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por ethsen, a há 6 anosIf I choose to show the zoom level the toolbar icon shows only the number 10 instead of 100 for the zoom level. It's also not aligned properly with any other toolbar icon, it looks out of place. For now I just disable the zoom level to the default icon, unfortunately the black % icon is barely readable using the new built-in Firefox dark theme. Hopefully there will be an option to change the color to white.
EDIT: The issue with 100 being cut off was was due to a font setting in my userChrome.css.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por some_user, a há 6 anosGreat to see this being ported to WebExtensions. Maybe I just can't find it, but there is one thing I miss from the original extension: option to turn on auto-fit zoom *globally*, i.e. everything is zoomed to fit the width of the browser window (including new pages/tabs). This is extremely useful for using external monitors. But in any case, thanks for this addon!Global AutoFit zoom is a feature that was omitted during the migration of Zoom Page to the new WebExtensions API's.
However, it is feature that many users will miss when they move to Zoom Page WE. The intention is to add a new 'Apply AutoFit instead of Default Level' option in the next release.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Utilizador do Firefox 12957229, a há 6 anosBalloon message:
For Per-Site zoom mode, 'browser.zoom.siteSpecific' must besetto 'true' in 'aboufcconfig' preferences
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Lucas, a há 6 anosMuch better for those just wanting text zoom functionality. Thanks for the hard work.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por dLeon, a há 6 anosOther commentators already mentioned it's the best you can find.
Idi0t proof & just work.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por streetwolf, a há 6 anosThe best since the old NoSquint. Web Extensions ready too.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Utilizador do Firefox 12365963, a há 6 anosThis is the best text zooming addon you can find. It does the job easily without messing up functionality like zooming an image with a scroll wheel. It has per site text zoom and default text zoom. The only thing was that it required me to go into about:config to enable per site zooming.
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Zingerus, a há 7 anosDon't work on Firefox for Android 48.0, although for android.
Resposta do programadorpublicado a há 7 anosZoom Page WE is compatible with Firefox (for desktop) 48+, but is not compatible with Firefox for Android.
Zoom Page was mistakenly marked as compatible with Firefox for Android. This has now been corrected.