Image Autosizer provides control over how image files are displayed in the browser window.
- Several display modes, changing how the image scales to the window
- Smooth/inertial panning
- Custom background color
- Optional checkerboard-background
- Option to close image on long mouse press
- First, open up an image file
- Click image to toggle the size
- Double click to fit to width/height
- Press 'c' to temporarily change background color
There is a quick guide in the preferences with some additional details.
The latest version now provides support for Opera 29+! The new Opera version is quite limited in terms of viewing images, it doesn't even provide any panning. This makes the benefits of this extension greater than ever :)
As usual, any feedback is appreciated. Many of your suggestions have been implemented in previous versions so keep them coming. I do this for free on my spare time, so some response now and then is appreciated.
Q & A
Q: This extension does not work!
A: Go to the extension's preferences and read through the quick guide. If it doesn't work only on certain pages, make sure you have enabled the extension for secure pages if you are surfing on one. Also remember that this extension only takes effect if an image file is opened. It does not do anything to images located inside an html-document.
Icon from the Tango Desktop Project.
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