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A simple question. How do I enlarge an image in Safari? The Google Image Labeler images load at about 1 inch x 1 inch so I cannot see any detail. In Opera there is a 'page zoom' but Safari?

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Safari has page zoom too...it's command+ or command-, but it doesn't enlarge the images, only text....
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So there is no way to enlarge the image?
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Hit Command+option+8 once

Then hit command+option+`(or = whichever one is the key next to backspace on a US keyboard).

That should zoom in. Command+option+ 'the key to the left of that ' should zoom out again.
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Hi,
Thanks for the help.
I have a German keyboard so ???
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Oh, I'm in germany too...

1.Command+alt+8 to enable zooming
2. Command+alt+´ to zoom in
3. Command+alt+ß to zoom out.
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Sorry, doesn't work. No response to the commands
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Ok: System preferences -> Universal access -> Zoom.

The shortcuts should be listed there.
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Just to point out that, no matter which zoom method you use, you're never going to get any more detail, just bigger pixels. It sounds like you're viewing a thumbnail - you'd have to find the actual image to get any more than 100x100 pixels worth of detail.
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