Opera: Disable Auto Image Fit to Screen / Pictures Resizing

By | April 20, 2011 | 6 Comments


Opera: Disable Auto Image Fit to Screen / Pictures ResizingIf you are not a fan of an automatic image fit to the window that was introduced in Opera 11.10, then don’t worry, there is a way to turn it off.

Unfortunately, you can’t do that via Opera Preferences or opera:config. However, there is an extension to solve your problem.

- Install Image Autosizer extension.
- Menu (Alt) > Extensions > Manage Extensions.
- Find Image Autosizer and click on the gear icon > Preferences.
- Seek for the gray bar that is titled “Advanced” and click on it.
- View modes > When image is larger than window: Enable default and Original (see picture below).
- Save changes.

Opera: Disable Auto Image Fit to Screen / Pictures Resizing

P.S. You can also select Maximize in the “When image is smaller than window” setting, in case you want this functionality.

Via: Tamil Blog


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  • NWBH

    I hate to use any extensions, is there a any other way ?

  • http://my.opera.com/rafaelluik Rafael

    “Menu (Alt) > Extensions > Manage Extensions.” LOL Ctrl + Shift + E.

  • Mmpietro

    There is some way to ZOOM TEXT ONLY in Opera? Enter in preferences in font option doesn’t count…