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Is there a way to change "browser.zoom.siteSpecific" so that it is "domain specific?"


Example: When I perform a search on Ixquick, the results for page 1 are displayed on www.ixquick.com. However, when I click on page 2 of the search results, and all subsequent pages, the URL changes to something like s2-us3.ixquick.com (and this varies each time I open a new tab and perform a new search).

This causes my zoom level to revert back to the default setting.

Same thing with cnn. I have to set www.cnn.com, blogs.cnn.com, etc.

Is there a way to set the zoom so it will remain constant for the entire domain? *.ixquick.com

Thank you.

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Did you try to enter the main ixquick.com site and set the zoom there?