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At this moment, to see image dimensions I have to open Properties of an image with right click. It's rather irritating if I have to quickly check sizes of dozens of images on the same page.

Is there any way I can make it show me the image size when I hover it? A simple balloon or similar info is enough. Nothing fancy.

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You could use the Web Developer extension.

After installation, restart Firefox and then activate the Display Image Dimensions function from the menu:

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You will now see the dimension of images displayed right next to them:

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Thanks but I know that. This is how I did so far, but thought there is a hover way to do it. Can't believe such addon does not exist yet. – JoeM Mar 28 '14 at 19:19
    
@JoeM: I'm sorry, it's the best I could find :( In Chrome you could have this through the Developer Tools: i.imgur.com/k1q5Dsp.png ...in case that helps any. – Oliver Salzburg Mar 28 '14 at 19:21

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