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Monday, December 8, 2008

Firefox zoom!

In Safari, "Command +" makes the text bigger and "Command -" makes it smaller. In Firefox 3 however, it actually resizes the images and the whole page. Of course, images might look pixelated at some point, but it is still a much better way to zoom in than how it is handled by Safari. If you prefer, under the "View", "Zoom" menu, you can change the Firefox zoom to the way Safari works. The option is "Zoom Text Only". You can also quickly go back to the default size with the "Reset" option in that menu or simply through the "Command 0" shortcut.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Jason Smith said...

Is there a way to zoom the entire page in Safari? I used Safari on my iPhone before I switched to OS X, so I was expecting something similar to the "reverse pinch" on my Macbook.

December 8, 2008 at 7:33 AM  

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