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Can firefox support different zoom levels on different tabs?

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Hi folks.

I use Firefox a lot. I have about 36 windows of firefox open and some of those can have a LOT of tabs on/in them.

I have recently "evolved" to using a computer monitor. Before then it was an old flat screen TV - 1336 x 768 resolution (there about).

Now I have a 1080p monitor and things are different.

I use Node-Red (dashboards) and they took a beating with the new size.

I've set THOSE tabs to 133% magnification - and yes that isn't the correct size to emulate the TV. But I only thought of doing this a fair way down the track of trying to rearrange the layouts. (MY MISTAKE)

But I realised that at least not too long down that rabbit hole.

So that WINDOW is set to 133% zoom. But just now I tried to zoom out of another tab on that window and realised that the zoom on the other tabs is changed too.  :(

Am I missing any tricks? I know I could move THOSE tabs to a whole new window and that's that. But in the bigger picture I just want to check.

Hi folks. I use Firefox a lot. I have about 36 windows of firefox open and some of those can have a LOT of tabs on/in them. I have recently "evolved" to using a computer monitor. Before then it was an old flat screen TV - 1336 x 768 resolution (there about). Now I have a 1080p monitor and things are different. I use Node-Red (dashboards) and they took a beating with the new size. I've set THOSE tabs to 133% magnification - and yes that isn't the correct size to emulate the TV. But I only thought of doing this a fair way down the track of trying to rearrange the layouts. (MY MISTAKE) But I realised that at least not too long down that rabbit hole. So that WINDOW is set to 133% zoom. But just now I tried to zoom out of another tab on that window and realised that the zoom on the other tabs is changed too. :( Am I missing any tricks? I know I could move THOSE tabs to a whole new window and that's that. But in the bigger picture I just want to check.

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You can set this pref to false on the about:config page.

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I use an extension but the Firefox tool can set different zoom levels for different websites.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/font-size-and-zoom-increase-size-of-web-pages

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You can set this pref to false on the about:config page.

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Cor-el,

Thanks for that.

I'll go and play with that and let you know.

Did a quick test and it seems to be doing what I want.

(Sorry, I'm replying now as I feel it is polite to acknowledge I received your suggestion and it is looking good so far.)

Terry, Thanks. Appreciated. I'll keep it in mind for future needs.