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I have a small screen with my laptop. In Firefox, I change the default page zoom level using the NoSquint extension, but I'm a Gnome user and I would prefer using Epiphany (Web)...

Is it possible to set a default page zoom level in Epiphany browser (Web) ?

I use Epiphany (Web) 3.6 on Ubuntu Gnome Remix 12.10.



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If you only want text zoom then press CTRL and + sign. If you want full page zoom, then check out this solution here:

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Sorry but Ctrl+ produces a page zoom, not a text zoom. My issue is that I don't want to do it for every website I see, so I need a way to tell epiphany That I want every page to be 120 % larger for example. epiphany-fullzoom extension seems to have never started, files are almost empty. Thank you for your answer anyway ! – remjg Oct 27 '12 at 18:25

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