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How can you disable image smoothing if firefox?

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Whenever I zoom into images in Firefox (example), the image smoothing makes them look blurry, especially on low resolution images. Is there any way to disable image smoothing of Firefox?

Whenever I zoom into images in Firefox ([https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a0/Firefox_logo%2C_2019.svg/87px-Firefox_logo%2C_2019.svg.png example]), the image smoothing makes them look blurry, especially on low resolution images. Is there any way to disable image smoothing of Firefox?

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Well, hmm, there isn't a built-in setting for this but if there happens to be a style rule in the page to switch from bilinear scaling ("auto") to nearest neighbor scaling ("crisp-edges") then you'll get a different result. As an example, see the attachment.

The style rule for that is:

img {
  image-rendering: crisp-edges !important;
}

More info on this CSS property: https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/CSS/image-rendering

You can use an extension like Stylus to inject that change into every page, but I don't know whether you want it on every page or only selected pages. ??

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Gekozen oplossing

Well, hmm, there isn't a built-in setting for this but if there happens to be a style rule in the page to switch from bilinear scaling ("auto") to nearest neighbor scaling ("crisp-edges") then you'll get a different result. As an example, see the attachment.

The style rule for that is:

img {
  image-rendering: crisp-edges !important;
}

More info on this CSS property: https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/CSS/image-rendering

You can use an extension like Stylus to inject that change into every page, but I don't know whether you want it on every page or only selected pages. ??

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jscher2000 said

Well, hmm, there isn't a built-in setting for this but if there happens to be a style rule in the page to switch from bilinear scaling ("auto") to nearest neighbor scaling ("crisp-edges") then you'll get a different result. As an example, see the attachment. The style rule for that is:
img {
  image-rendering: crisp-edges !important;
}

More info on this CSS property: https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/CSS/image-rendering

You can use an extension like Stylus to inject that change into every page, but I don't know whether you want it on every page or only selected pages. ??

I put the code into stylus, and image smoothing is now disabled. I don't know how to make it inject the code in every page, so I just made it apply to any url that starts with "http". All pages have no image smoothing now, thanks!