User-Agent: Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040113 Since Mozilla has such excellent view zooming capabilities, I sometimes get in situations where things look odd because inline or theme imagery doesn't scale (such as smileys and images used as special characters, or just pretty borders). It would be wonderful if there was an option to let Mozilla attempt to (more or less crudely) scale any images to the appropriate size in proportion to the rest of the content. I know this may look ugly, but it can be really handy -- for instance, the Zoom feature as it is now isn't of much help to vision impaired users. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Load a page with inline graphics (such as the phonemes at dictionary.com). 2. Set "View|Text Zoom" to 30%, 200% or something else radical. 3. See how the images are now out of scale in respect to the rest of the content. Actual Results: The inline images kept their inital size while the text around it scaled. Expected Results: If the option I suggest is implemented, the images should contract/expand to the appropriate scale in relation to the zoom factor, and thus approximately match the text content.
"...isn't of much help to vision impaired users." -- forgot to add "in relation to images", my point being that images can only be zoomed if they're too big to fit on one screen, but users who regularly browse at odd sizes have no means of custom/incremental image zooming. Sorry.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 4821 ***
Right you are - didn't find the other bug because it doesn't have 'image' in its description.
verified (that bug's summary was now changed to include images)