Transparent standalone images

Transparent standalone images

This add-on renders standalone images on a transparent background, so you can see the image in all its glory!

Total ratings for Transparent standalone images
4.55 (Rating count: 47)
Merlin
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Pros
  • Restores transparency feature for standalone images that Firefox once had
  • Simple and does exactly what it's supposed to do
  • Considered crucial/essential for work with images
Cons
  • Confusion on how to use the extension
  • Possible alternative solutions using CSS script without needing the add-on
Most mentioned
  • Provides a much-needed functionality for viewing transparent images
  • Simple, effective and a 'godsend'
  • Lack of clarity on usage and implementation for some users
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Recent reviews for Transparent standalone images
Recent rating average: 4.60
All time rating average: 4.55
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Date Author Rating Comment
2024-01-23 rubah
2023-08-18 Firefox user 18011409
2023-07-02 Firefox user 17962437 All the time I wasted thinking I was doing something wrong when exporting my images. And all I needed was this. Perfect solution!
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2022-09-19 nwalkewicz
2022-06-29 BrunoGF How can I get this extension to work?? I never see an option to use it when I click (or right click) an image..
2022-02-23 Ythan
2022-02-13 Firefox user 14386494 You don't need an extension for this! Always check if you can do simple changes with a CSS script, and you can for new tab image transparency: https://github.com/MrOtherGuy/firefox-csshacks/blob/master/content/standalone_image_page_mods.css In your search bar, type in "about:support", find and open "Profile directory", create a "chrome" folder, create userContent.css there and add this to it: @-moz-document regexp("(.*\.(apng|png|jpg|jpeg|gif|webp|avif|ico|bmp|APNG|PNG|JPG|JPEG|GIF|WEBP|AVIF|ICO|BMP)([\?#].*)*$)|(^data:image/.*)"){ @media not print { img.transparent:only-child{ background: none !important; } } }
2022-01-10 Black🏴‍☠️Sails
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