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Image Interpolation when zooming

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When I zoom in (with ctrl+= for example) images are rendered with heavy interpolation / blurring. Usually I want to see individual pixels as discrete, blur-less squares.

Is there any way to change it so Firefox renders without interpolation? I am using Firefox 71.0 Operating system: Linux Mint 19.3

When I zoom in (with ctrl+= for example) images are rendered with heavy interpolation / blurring. Usually I want to see individual pixels as discrete, blur-less squares. Is there any way to change it so Firefox renders with''out'' interpolation? I am using Firefox 71.0 Operating system: Linux Mint 19.3

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Doesn't your Linux distribution support a more recent Firefox version (current is 80.0) ?

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