How can I get the Chrome browser to display pages at 100% size?
rhames 1 year ago
Ok, maybe I'm missing something, but this is driving me crazy! I somehow increased the page magnification on my Chrome browser, apparently by moving my mouse the wrong way or something. I really have no idea what I did, but the result is that my display is magnified, and in the address bar there is a little magnifying glass that shows I am at 125% magnification when I roll over it. I have clicked it like an obsessive/compulsive madman, and I can't figure out how to make it normal again. It offers a "set to default" option, but I am afraid that if I click that it will change my default display magnification to 125%. Argh!!!! What can I do to get it to just display website without any magnification?
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