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How do you change the window size back to the original sizing you started out with, i.e. before you used this extension?

Angelica Ong 4 years ago • updated by Ionuț Botizan 4 years ago 1
I'd just like to know if there is a way to reset your window sizing because I want to be sure that I can change the window sizing back just in case I choose a size that I'm not too satisfied with, and if my original window size is not one of the defaults in the list. I also do not know what the original size was so adding the size in using "Edit Presets" won't work. :/

Cheers!

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Hi Angelica,

I don't see why reverting to the exact same size is so important for you (especially since it's just some random size that you don't even know)... Anyway, it is not possible to "Undo" a re-size operation, but you can add the current size to the presets, without knowing the exact window dimension.
Here's how: http://screencast.com/t/4LazTmmSEp
In the "Add new resolution" form, you simply select the "Use current window size" option and the current size is automatically detected and update if you manually re-size the window while that option is selected.
You also have the option to use the "Use current viewport size".

* The window refers to the size of the entire window, including it's border, toolbars, etc.
* The viewport refers only to the area where the page is rendered, without the window borders, toolbars, etc. E.g. If you set a size of 1024 x 768 and the "Resize target" is set as "Viewport", then the final window size will be something like 1040 x 857. (See example: http://screencast.com/t/eA05lTXTAWf )


Regards,

Ionuț
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Hi Angelica,

I don't see why reverting to the exact same size is so important for you (especially since it's just some random size that you don't even know)... Anyway, it is not possible to "Undo" a re-size operation, but you can add the current size to the presets, without knowing the exact window dimension.
Here's how: http://screencast.com/t/4LazTmmSEp
In the "Add new resolution" form, you simply select the "Use current window size" option and the current size is automatically detected and update if you manually re-size the window while that option is selected.
You also have the option to use the "Use current viewport size".

* The window refers to the size of the entire window, including it's border, toolbars, etc.
* The viewport refers only to the area where the page is rendered, without the window borders, toolbars, etc. E.g. If you set a size of 1024 x 768 and the "Resize target" is set as "Viewport", then the final window size will be something like 1040 x 857. (See example: http://screencast.com/t/eA05lTXTAWf )


Regards,

Ionuț