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How do I get the default zooming to not include images or how can I resize everything but actual images?
I have a problem with the default zooming in firefox Using default layout.css.devPixelsPerPx=-1 or layout.css.devPixelsPerPx=1.5 makes all UI and webpage text look nice and readable, spacing is fine and everything. The only problem is that images are ALSO zoomed which is ridiculous. I guess I would like a way to scale everything BUT images. I have a hi-resolution monitor and think it's silly to have to zoom out every image on a web page just because I wanted text and the UI enlarged. I tried NoSquint using 65% for pages and 150% for text only, but that had the issue of making ONLY text scaled up and not spacing and other stuff (google searches looked even more silly using only 6 cm to the left, rows too close overwrote themselves etc.)
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That is not possible. The layout.css.devPixelsPerPx pref affects everything in Firefox, both the user interface and the browsing area. 'Full page zoom' affects all elements on web pages including images and 'zoom text only' affects the text and can cause issues with text overlapping or disappearing similar to setting a minimum font size because the containing element keeps the same dimensions. You can't just exclude the images from zoom and have the containers expand automatically.
I kind of thought so. Thus, is there any way to automatically zoom out from images (ratio 2:3) to artificially get them at original size?
(I'd really like a "firefox for 4k monitors" add-on or setting/hack.)