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Viewing Large Images in Safari

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OK, there has to be a way to do this. If I'm viewing one of Stuart Wong's huge baseball pics in Safari, how do I get the browser to auto-scale the picture to my monitor?

TIA!

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A very good question but one which I have never found an answer for.

A workaround would be to save the image to your hard drive and open it with "Preview.app".

-Chet

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Turns out Firefox does what I want. Just installed it yesterday. :)

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Turns out Firefox does what I want. Just installed it yesterday. :)

+1 I was going to say that's how I got it to work too. :)

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Hmmm... It looks as though the latest release of Safari (3.0.4) now allows you to view images at 100% or shrunk to fit the window.

I'm doing a bunch of 3300 x 2550 pixel image downloads through Safari and they are all displaying at my browser window size.

I can toggle between views with a magnifying glass curser which I've never seen before.

-Chet

ETA - Why is my penguin on quaaludes these days?

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Hmmm... It looks as though the latest release of Safari (3.0.4) now allows you to view images at 100% or shrunk to fit the window.

Finally, Safari catches up... :D Now if they'd get the CSS and HTML support up to the speed of FF... ;) Actually, I shouldn't complain, cause IE is the bit PITA in that regard...

ETA - Why is my penguin on quaaludes these days?

Must be Say-Fairy, bro... he looks fine and dandy to me ;)

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