Resolution Test - 1.80

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An extension for developers to test web pages in different screen resolutions, with an option to define your own resolutions.
This is my first extension so please bare with me, I will update as and when I can!
Please let me know of any features you would like to see or bugs you’ve found and I’ll see what I can do.

  • 1.80
  • GPL
  • bbeckford
  • Developer Builds
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    Beta Builds
    Stable Builds

More about this extension

Resolution Test changes the size of the browser window for developers to preview their websites in different screen resolutions. It includes a list of commonly used resolutions as well as a custom option for you to input your own. It also gives users the option to turn on Google Browser Size, more info on that here - http://browsersize.googlelabs.com/

How to use:
1. Restore your window (un-maximize it)
2. Click the resolution test icon in the top right of your browser window
3. Choose a resolution, press custom and input desired resolution, or select multiple resolutions and press "View all selected".
4. Your window will be resized

Change Log:

  • 1.80
    • Added Google Browser Size support (as requested by Steve)
    • Tidied up look and feel
    • Added icons for tasks
    • Reduced overall width
    • Fixed reset bug where sometimes the width wasn't recorded correctly

Older Versions

  1. Version 1.3
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    A simple extension for web developers to test web pages in different standard resolutions.

    Change Log:

    None

  2. Version 1.4
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    Change Log:

    Added custom option so you can put in your own resolution.

  3. Version 1.5
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    Change Log:

    •  Added 1280 x 800 and 1280 x 1024

  4. Version 1.5
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    Change Log:

  5. Version 1.5
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  6. Version 1.5
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  7. Version 1.6
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    Change Log:

    • 1.6
      • Added new icons
    • 1.5
      • Added 1280 x 800 and 1280 x 1024
    • 1.4
      • Polished UI a bit
      • Auto-updating now works
      • Added custom option to fill in your own resolution

  8. Version 1.61
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    Change Log:

    • 1.61
      • Fixed large icon not showing up in extensions list
    • 1.6
      • Added new icons
    • 1.5
      • Added 1280 x 800 and 1280 x 1024
    • 1.4
      • Polished UI a bit
      • Auto-updating now works
      • Added custom option to fill in your own resolution

  9. Version 1.70
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Reviews

  1. Quack says:

    Would be sweet if I could add custom resolutions. Other than that it’s great!

  2. bbeckford says:

    πŸ˜€ Glad you like.

    Its my first ever extension so I’ll work out how to add resolutions permanently, but for now I’ll put a form on so you can define it yourself.

    Are there any resolutions you think I’ve missed?

  3. bbeckford says:

    As per request I’ve added a custom option, are there any other resolutions that should be listed as standard?

  4. The Truth says:

    5/5 TY

  5. bbeckford says:

    πŸ™‚ you’re welcome

  6. jweems says:

    5 out of 5 thumbs up.

  7. bbeckford says:

    Cheers buddy πŸ˜‰

  8. Quack says:

    Nice job! Didn’t think you would of updated that fast, keep up the good work. And maybe add 1280 by 800 and 1280 by 1024

  9. Amin says:

    Thanks! Simply works great! 5/5 stars

  10. bbeckford says:

    Done that, got a cool idea for the next version too πŸ˜‰

  11. Luc VN says:

    I have version 1.4 installed and the extension does not auto-update, but how strange, no “Download” button available for this version 1.5…

  12. Luc VN says:

    I forced the update this morning using “developer mode” & “update extensions now”
    So now I have v1.5 installed – good
    Just FYI, there is still no “download” button available here…

  13. bbeckford says:

    Hmmm re-uploaded and the download button is back now, wierd.

    I think the auto-updates are something to do with the cache, sometimes I have to clear the cache before even force update works.

  14. Arno.Nyhm says:

    can you also add some iphone browser sizes? so it becomes a iphone simulator for webapps

    iphone portrait / landscape and with and without toolbars etc.

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