Reviews: View Background Image

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Jade RindleNov 24, 2023

incredibly useful at some very specific things. it adds a passive feature that can be used when needed: want to see/download a background tile on a blog? a background banner? a background slideshow? want to see an image that usually just gives you a zoom-effect? yes, yes you can! have used it more times than I would expect, and it's always nice to have the option to see.

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JohannAug 3, 2023

I have been using it for years. It does what it is supposed to do: Right click on background image and select show. Then it opens in a new tab.

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Pongsatond TrechinapongNov 21, 2022

Failed to get the background image error

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Christian “Christian” GalsterOct 27, 2022

For me as web developer its an timesaver

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Teri BrooksOct 19, 2022

Works perfectly. For those who say it doesn't work, just go to the website and find the background image you want to save. Right click the image and select "View Background Image". When the image appears, right click and save the image.

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Alan KaoOct 6, 2022

Works like a charm!

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Marcus DavidSep 3, 2021

I love this extension. Really helpful.

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Molla AbirJul 14, 2021

Wow nice Extensions, fully help full for me . thanks love it

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Bob LoucksJun 5, 2021

Works Superbly and Simply.

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Nick KApr 9, 2021

Wonderful. Not only does this open the page's background image, it also opens *every* image below the mouse pointer. You can get images you weren't even trying to, which for me, having lacked this sort of extension for a while, has been marvelous.

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