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I downloaded the firefox update, and now the complete page is too large, as if everything has been enlarged. How do I correct this?

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I downloaded the latest version of Firefox. When it completed the download, the whole page is enlarged, so that you cannot see the complete page. I have to toggle back and forth with the scroll bar. How do I get the page back to normal size?

I downloaded the latest version of Firefox. When it completed the download, the whole page is enlarged, so that you cannot see the complete page. I have to toggle back and forth with the scroll bar. How do I get the page back to normal size?

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Chosen Solution

Look at my recent /questions/915019#answer-302334 <-- clickaable link --

Look at my recent [/questions/915019#answer-302334] <-- clickaable link --

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Thank you John99, your answer was just perfect and very easy to understand.

Very grateful,

Albalm

Thank you John99, your answer was just perfect and very easy to understand. Very grateful, Albalm
John99
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Glad to have helped, thanks for posting back.

Glad to have helped, thanks for posting back.
Gracehoper 0 solutions 2 answers

I am using FF 9.0.1 - it always loads homepage (google) enlarged 4x which means for me to normalise it I have to hit Ctrl & - four times, or Ctrl + 0 once. I do enlarge some pages but it does not remember that. I never enlarge the home page and it always loads enlarged.

I am using FF 9.0.1 - it always loads homepage (google) enlarged 4x which means for me to normalise it I have to hit Ctrl & - four times, or Ctrl + 0 once. I do enlarge some pages but it does not remember that. I never enlarge the home page and it always loads enlarged.
John99
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Hi Gracehoper,

It is best to post your own question. Maybe you are not exiting firefox cleanly, or maybe something is preventing settings from being saved. (mention it here if you do ask another question I may be able to check you have an answer).

Hi Gracehoper, It is best to post your own question. Maybe you are not exiting firefox cleanly, or maybe something is preventing settings from being saved. (mention it here if you do ask another question I may be able to check you have an answer).