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This is a recent problem.

When I view an image in Firefox - just the image, not a webpage containing the image - it is sized to fit the window. If it has been shrunk to fit and I click to full size it, the expanded image is centred. So far so normal and good. BUT if the full sized image is taller than the Firefox window, while I can scroll down to see the lower part, I cannot scroll UP to see the top part. The vertical scroll bar starts only at the top of the centred image and extends to the actual bottom. So I can only see the image full sized from the top of the centred image to the bottom, I can't get to see teh upper part full sized.

Not quite sure when this started, but it is a relatively recent thing.

Anyone with any clue as to what the problem is and, if possible, how to fix it? Thanks.

Windows 10 FF 66.0.3

This is a recent problem. When I view an image in Firefox - just the image, not a webpage containing the image - it is sized to fit the window. If it has been shrunk to fit and I click to full size it, the expanded image is centred. So far so normal and good. BUT if the full sized image is taller than the Firefox window, while I can scroll down to see the lower part, I cannot scroll UP to see the top part. The vertical scroll bar starts only at the top of the centred image and extends to the actual bottom. So I can only see the image full sized from the top of the centred image to the bottom, I can't get to see teh upper part full sized. Not quite sure when this started, but it is a relatively recent thing. Anyone with any clue as to what the problem is and, if possible, how to fix it? Thanks. Windows 10 FF 66.0.3

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Ah - found the problem. It goes away when I disable the Zoom Page WE extension, so have contacted the extension author.

I'd delete this thread/topic but can't see a delete button.

Anyway, never mind.

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Ah - found the problem. It goes away when I disable the Zoom Page WE extension, so have contacted the extension author.

I'd delete this thread/topic but can't see a delete button.

Anyway, never mind.

Ah - found the problem. It goes away when I disable the Zoom Page WE extension, so have contacted the extension author. I'd delete this thread/topic but can't see a delete button. Anyway, never mind.
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jscher2000
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Hi DavidGB, thank you for the quick diagnosis. If you hear back from the author or if you see that it is fixed, you could return with an update and mark that as the solution. Or I guess you could mark your current diagnosis as the solution. (Marking as a solution makes the page indexable by search engines so it is easier for others to find.)

Hi DavidGB, thank you for the quick diagnosis. If you hear back from the author or if you see that it is fixed, you could return with an update and mark that as the solution. Or I guess you could mark your current diagnosis as the solution. (Marking as a solution makes the page indexable by search engines so it is easier for others to find.)
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