Enriches the built-in image and video viewer with different customization possibilities and functionality. Features: - Default sizing modes and switching between them via shortcuts or with mouse clicks - Custom CSS (background color for the page or media, hidden scrollbars...) - Custom informations about the media in the tab title - Floating menu (mouse cursor over the top-left) - Mouse wheel zooming (off by default) - Centering content (default) - Rotate/Flip (via shortcuts or from the menu) - Sending the address of the media to different services (such as reverse image search) - Frame extraction for animated images (supported formats: GIF, APNG, WEBP) - Customizable video attributes (autoplay, loop, controls, mute, volume) - Opening images from regular web-pages with right long-press or with shortcut (off by default) Check out the Options page for more details.
插件版本:1.0.9 2016-06-15 07:35:34 回复
Really good, it would be great if you could reverse search with a right click while you still in the website
插件版本:1.0.5 2015-11-05 13:42:16 回复
So far it seems great - but I could use some idiot-proof instructions on the mouse controls. Menu in the top-left corner? Where? someone e-mail me at email@example.com with something about viewhance in the subject pretty please. Not saying anything is broken other than my brain perhaps. But I would like to get as much out of this extension as possible given that it appears to have a ton of potential!
插件版本:0.9.4 2014-09-12 23:34:41 回复
插件版本:0.9.4 2014-09-12 19:31:30 回复
插件版本:0.9.3 2014-09-01 02:25:06 回复Works great, except a couple things: Cannot use any sliders, such as Video (gif) control and Brightness/contrast/blur/etc. Using video control, the image doesn't even show on that page. Using maxthon 220.127.116.110 Feature idea: enable the user to drag images onto their desktop/other folder. Maxthons ...
reply to tidbit: Sorry for the bad formatting, didn't know the review doesn't allow multiple lines. Anywho: further testing: The sliders do seem to work on video files, but not images/gifs. I was able to blur/invert/etc an mp4 file, but not gifs or pngs or jpgs.