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Aged eyes are having trouble with size of thumbnails in pix choosers when called from inside of websites and apps. The thumbnails are too damn small.

When viewing native Apple Photos app, I can control the size. But when Photos is called through FF to add a pix, I can't tell a thing.

OSX.

Am I missing something?

Aged eyes are having trouble with size of thumbnails in pix choosers when called from inside of websites and apps. The thumbnails are too damn small. When viewing native Apple Photos app, I can control the size. But when Photos is called through FF to add a pix, I can't tell a thing. OSX. Am I missing something?

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RobertJ
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Hello rhkennerly,

In your Menu (3-bar button) is a Zoom control. You can Zoom in or out changing the view of text and images.

Alternatively, you can right-click on your toolbar, select Customize and drag the Zoom tool to your toolbar. (I placed it at the right end of my address bar for convenience.)

Tip: When you click on the center where it says the % it automatically jumps back to 100%.

Hello rhkennerly, In your Menu (3-bar button) is a Zoom control. You can Zoom in or out changing the view of text and images. Alternatively, you can right-click on your toolbar, select Customize and drag the Zoom tool to your toolbar. (I placed it at the right end of my address bar for convenience.) Tip: When you click on the center where it says the % it automatically jumps back to 100%.
tom broughton 0 oplossingen 3 antwoorden

Hi I have this same issue - using firefox desktop (on linux).

on ebay I want to upload photos but the ff upload dialog only shows small thumbnails and I can't see the photos. I can not find any view controls and ctrl++ for example to zoom ina webpage does not do anything within the upload dialog.

This feels like a fundamental feature I'm missing.

Hi I have this same issue - using firefox desktop (on linux). on ebay I want to upload photos but the ff upload dialog only shows small thumbnails and I can't see the photos. I can not find any view controls and ctrl++ for example to zoom ina webpage does not do anything within the upload dialog. This feels like a fundamental feature I'm missing.

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My_Cheese_Is_Slippin' said

Hello rhkennerly, In your Menu (3-bar button) is a Zoom control. You can Zoom in or out changing the view of text and images. Alternatively, you can right-click on your toolbar, select Customize and drag the Zoom tool to your toolbar. (I placed it at the right end of my address bar for convenience.) Tip: When you click on the center where it says the % it automatically jumps back to 100%.

Thanks, but I don't think I was clear.

Here on the forum, for instance, if I click "browse..." to add a photo, the window that opens is actually (I think) a Finder window.

There are no "zoom" controls to add to the tool bar for Finder. (although it works for FF, as you suggested).

''My_Cheese_Is_Slippin' [[#answer-1230062|said]]'' <blockquote> Hello rhkennerly, In your Menu (3-bar button) is a Zoom control. You can Zoom in or out changing the view of text and images. Alternatively, you can right-click on your toolbar, select Customize and drag the Zoom tool to your toolbar. (I placed it at the right end of my address bar for convenience.) Tip: When you click on the center where it says the % it automatically jumps back to 100%. </blockquote> Thanks, but I don't think I was clear. Here on the forum, for instance, if I click "browse..." to add a photo, the window that opens is actually (I think) a Finder window. There are no "zoom" controls to add to the tool bar for Finder. (although it works for FF, as you suggested).