manga web reader: let user resize image
I primarily read manga via web in single page mode on Firefox in Windows on a laptop. The image sizing (scaling?) is very awkward. The image is either scaled/sized vertically to fit the entire page in the browser which makes text small and difficult to read; or the image is very wide which is also very difficult to read.
As it is now, I make the browser window a bit larger to get the larger image, and physically move my body away from the screen so it's easier to read.
It would be easier to read if there is a way to manually scale the image width (eg, tie image width to browser window width) and let users pick a size to match their preference.
@yzh4rjdzob6 Could you add some screenshots to help visualize what you see?
Since I posted this, I attached a larger, external monitor. There was also a reader or Firefox (or both?) update that now lets me "zoom" the image and fiddle with the image size to make it more comfortable. It's really wonky, and I would still prefer a more explicit image size control (still a fan of setting image width to browser window width).
This is also entirely based on personal preferences, comfort level, and hardware, so not sure how well this will come across in screen shots.
The "too big" image is large enough that I still have to physically move my head back to comfortably view. On my monitor, the manga image is about 9.5 inches across.
If I make the window width 3 pixels smaller, the manga image drops to 6.75 inches across. This is readable on my larger monitor, but I wish it was just a bit larger.