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I have a pretty large 24" wide screen with a pretty high resolution. When I browse, some sites have a fixed layout and there is basically a narrow column. So I typically zoom in to the point just before the level where I have to scroll horizontally.

Is there a browser plugin that auto-zooms in (or via a button or gesture or whatever) to the max available real estate? I'd prefer a plugin for Chrome, but Firefox will do too.

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you'll LOVE Opera :) – Molly7244 Jan 7 '10 at 22:46
@Molly I've give Opera a chance probably like 10 times over the years. But the UI is simply not for me. – AngryHacker Jan 8 '10 at 7:18
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if you're looking for firefox answers, they are here:

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