Extension size in chrome

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  • kaitlynkaitlyn

    Team Member

    @wusticality – Thanks for the bump! I don't have any updates at the moment, but I'll let my team know you checked in on the issue.

    ref: dev/core/core#223

  • kaitlynkaitlyn

    Team Member

    @blaxxz – I'll pass your message along to the 1Password X developers. Thanks for your input.

    ref: dev/core/core#223

  • Thanks kaitlyn, it's currently unusable if you want to have your default zoom at anything but 100%. :)

  • ag_yaronag_yaron

    Team Member

    Thanks @wusticality. :+1:

  • c__c__

    I'm also running into this now; if Chrome's default zoom is 150%, I get the horizontal scroll problem. If I lower the default zoom to 125%, the horizontal scrollbar goes away (good). (Obviously, I only set it to 150% because that's the most legible size on my new hidpi 2nd monitor.)

    Not a lot to add other than "it'd be nice if this got fixed." :-)

  • ag_yaronag_yaron

    Team Member

    Thanks for chiming in @c__ :chuffed:

  • edited July 28

    Hey @dteare,

    Is there any way that this issue can be fixed? I currently cannot use 1PasswordX with zoom set to 150% in Chrome. It's getting very frustrating, this issue has been present for months. Has there been any update on this, and / or is it possible to get this bug back into the queue?

    Thanks so much and for making such a stellar product.

    Kevin

  • ag_yaronag_yaron

    Team Member

    Hey @wusticality ,

    Thanks for checking in on this! Much appreciated. It doesn't look there are any news on this issue at the moment, but I pinged the developers and asked about the status of it.
    I do appreciate you for taking the time to write about it here, and thank you for the kind words as well :)

  • Thanks @ag_yaron, that'd be incredibly helpful, the extension is really unusable otherwise. :/

  • ag_yaronag_yaron

    Team Member

    Hey @wusticality ,

    The developers are taking another look at this, but it seems like it wasn't handle for a reason up until now. There are some logical inconsistencies in how the browser handles zoom which prevents them from wanting to mess with it any further. For example, you can set the default zoom of the browser, but then you can manually adjust the zoom level of every tab separately (using Ctrl/Cmd +/-), but the zoom level of extensions is not affected by it. Instead, extensions are always set to the browser's zoom level that is set in the browser's preferences.

    If the logic was more consistent, it would have been possible to zoom in/out in extensions popups as well, or the extensions popups would have been affected by the tab's zoom level instead of the browser's settings etc.

    I hope we'll have some better news in the near future as we keep exploring options. There are some changes planned for our extensions and hopefully they'll allow for better control over such things :)

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