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Overview

View high-definition images by hovering mouse over thumbnails, for all your favorite websites and you.

"PhotoShow" is a tool for browsing high-definition images by hovering mouse on image thumbnails, supporting over 140 websites/domains of your daily use (still in extending), such as Amazon, Facebook, Google, Wiki, YouTube, etc. ● HOTKEYS Esc : Close image viewer Shift + Ctrl + ← : Rotate counterclockwise Shift + Ctrl + → : Rotate clockwise ↑ / → / ↓ / ← : Scroll up / right / down / left PgUp / PgDn : Scroll up / down by image visible height Home / End : Scroll up to the top / down to the bottom M / L / A / P : Switch view mode V: Toggle to the previously used view mode Tab : Open high-definition image in new tab S : Save high-definition image C : Copy high-definition image address ● SETTINGS WEBSITE TOGGLE: You may turn on/off PhotoShow on any supported website respectively. ACTIVATION MODE: Use Shift/Ctrl/Alt key as a modifier key to trigger high-definition image preview when mouse hovering on image thumbnails. VIEW MODE: Switch between different size of the viewer. IMAGE SIZE DISPLAY: Set whether to display HD image size information in the viewer. SHADOW DISPLAY: Set whether to display shadow between the viewer and the source thumbnail. For more settings, please refer to the PhotoShow popup window. All the settings will be saved and synced automatically by the browser among all your devices (as long as the account sync in your browser is enabled and the extension data sync is granted). ● IMAGE LOADING SPEED PhotoShow will try to fetch as large an original image as it knows, so it may be considerably slow if your network condition is poor. ● PRIVACY & TERMS of USE The author and all contributors of PhotoShow DO NOT collect any of your personal data and is not responsible for any loss, personal information leak, disputes and/or any consequences caused by illegal download, use of resources (including but not limited to images) of any websites you visit. In no event shall we be liable for any claims, penalties, loss, damage or expenses, howsoever arising, out of or in connection with your use of PhotoShow. Installing and using PhotoShow is deemed as your acceptance of the above terms. PhotoShow only works in the local browser environment, all the permissions it asks when being installed are only for image preview and download. For version 3.0 and later, the 'Read and change all your data on the websites you visit' permission is asked so that you will no longer be disturbed by permission alert when PhotoShow updates to support more websites. We reserve the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time without notifying you respectively. Any amended Privacy Policy will be posted on relevant websites. This Privacy Policy was last updated on January 24th, 2020 and replaces any other versions previously applicable from this date. ● FEEDBACK Should you have any feedback or need more websites to be fitted, please do not hesitate to contact the author via emails or Github. If you enjoy using PhotoShow, it would be appreciated if you could introduce it to your friends via the social media listed on the popup window. Thank you.

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Lee SApr 2, 2024

It works great, though I'm tossing in a 3-Star for a few reasons. • The magnification isn't exactly magnification, it just enlarges the image a small bit • Images shown on something like Reddit, where an image could be posted, should enlarge the image to a larger resolution and bigger viewing angle • Hover feature is a bit too sensitive, there needs to be a safe zone on the outer side of the image before it enlarges, or the ability to enable a button you can tap to enlarge the image. Other t... Show more

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Vincent W.DeveloperApr 2, 2024

Thank you for your feedback. For the points you mentioned, here're what you can try - - PhotoShow is dedicated to bring the largest high-definition images as it knows to users. However, how large the image can be enlarged depends on the sites you're visiting, some sites might need extra manual work to make it work better. In other word, PhotoShow needs to be customized for those sites. You're welcome to report them via emails or raising GitHub issues (https://github.com/Mr-VincentW/PhotoShow/issues). - PhotoShow currently is not working well on Reddit due to the updates of the site itself. It'll keep evolving and trying to work better on Reddit in its future versions. - There're a couple of ways that you can customize the "sensitivity" of PhotoShow hover behavior. All these settings can be found on PhotoShow's settings popup which can be found by clicking on its extension icon in your browser's toolbar (it might be hidden by default). 1) You can choose to use a modifier key (Ctrl, Shift, or Alt) as part of the triggers for enlarging images, then the PhotoShow image viewer will only show when you have this key pressed and while your mouse is hovering over an image thumbnail. 2) You can add an extra delay (200ms by default) for the time when you start hovering over an image and before PhotoShow displays the image viewer. Thus PhotoShow will less likely to show the enlarged images when your mouse is moving across images. 3) You can also turn off PhotoShow on sites that you barely need it to work on.

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Alekk ArevaloApr 1, 2024

Love this as it does exactly what I need it to, though I would like to mention that YouTube shorts get zoomed in on as well. Not sure if that can be fixed but it would be nice. A blacklist function would be cool too :) Edit: Appreciate the response, though I would like to point out that it's the YouTube shorts videos themselves (as in, while I am viewing them) that the zoom appears. Thank you for the reply!

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Vincent W.DeveloperApr 1, 2024

Thank you for your feedback. PhotoShow is committed to enlarge images wherever possible, including covers of shorts on YouTube. Atm you can add a certain site to blocklist via PhotoShow's extension popup from your browser's toolbar or with hotkey ("Alt+Shift+P" by default). A more refined custom-blocking-rule feature might be addressed in the future. Cheers. Edit: Thanks for the additional info. This issue has been fixed in update 4.35.

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K. A. P. T. N.Mar 28, 2024

it's not perfect , but doing its job , i like it for seeing youtube video thumbnail bigger

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Vincent W.DeveloperApr 1, 2024

Thank you for your review. Feedback and suggestions are welcome.

Details

  • Version
    4.36.0
  • Updated
    May 21, 2024
  • Offered by
    Vincent W.
  • Size
    117KiB
  • Languages
    4 languages
  • Developer
    Email
    vincentwang863@gmail.com
  • Non-trader
    This developer has not identified itself as a trader. For consumers in the European Union, please note that consumer rights do not apply to contracts between you and this developer.

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The developer has disclosed that it will not collect or use your data.

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  • Not being sold to third parties, outside of the approved use cases
  • Not being used or transferred for purposes that are unrelated to the item's core functionality
  • Not being used or transferred to determine creditworthiness or for lending purposes

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