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Is there some way to adjust the size of a photo on a site like ebay?

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pls note: i am techno-incompetent and may not use the correct name or term.

in internet explorer, when you click on a picture in ebay to enlarge it, there is a scale in the toolbar (?) in the lower right corner of the screen that allows you to change the size of the picture. is there some way (or tool or add-on or whatever) that will let me do that in firefox?

pls note: i am techno-incompetent and may not use the correct name or term. in internet explorer, when you click on a picture in ebay to enlarge it, there is a scale in the toolbar (?) in the lower right corner of the screen that allows you to change the size of the picture. is there some way (or tool or add-on or whatever) that will let me do that in firefox?

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Try this extension.<br /> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/image-zoom/
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Please update to the current Firefox 28 release.

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