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The image is viewed alone but in the left of the browser. How can I set Firefox to center always and fit the image if larger than window?

I saw some similar Greasemonkey scripts but I don't know If this can apply on that special view.

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You can use the ImageTweak plugin. It will center images for you.

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This does the job but I want to be able to drag the images to the search bar... how can I? – Odys Oct 3 '11 at 8:51

You can zoom in or out of an image by pressing (control) and (+) or (-) keys together, or pressing (control) while turning the wheel on your mouse. I know it's not quite what you asked, but maybe it helps.

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