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I want to zoom just ONE tab/window - not all of them - Help!

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Zoom is driving me nuts! I use multiple tabs and windows, and to maximize screen space I need to make some pages very small. In IE each window can be zoomed independently- but with firefox they all change if you change any window's zoom. I've tried NoSquint add-on and it adds site-specific zoom, which is still not what I need. Surely there's an add-on that allows each window to have its own zoom level.

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Hello Dave.

Are these tabs perhaps in the same site? If they are, you need to configure Firefox not to remember zoom levels for a specific site. Do this:

  1. type about:config in your address bar and press enter
  2. if Firefox asks you, say you'll be careful
  3. search this string browser.zoom.siteSpecific (if it doesn't exist, create one, it's a boolean string)
  4. set it to false (rightclick > "Toogle").

Now your Firefox won't remember the zoom level. You can restore your zoom level by click CTRL+0 (that's zero) in your keyboard, or going into View > Zoom > Reset.

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選擇的解決方法

Hello Dave.

Are these tabs perhaps in the same site? If they are, you need to configure Firefox not to remember zoom levels for a specific site. Do this:

  1. type about:config in your address bar and press enter
  2. if Firefox asks you, say you'll be careful
  3. search this string browser.zoom.siteSpecific (if it doesn't exist, create one, it's a boolean string)
  4. set it to false (rightclick > "Toogle").

Now your Firefox won't remember the zoom level. You can restore your zoom level by click CTRL+0 (that's zero) in your keyboard, or going into View > Zoom > Reset.

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