Ugh, this is so annoying -- it is the height of designer/developer arrogance (in my opinion -- and I'm a developer myself). The other answer's code did not work for me, but after much experimenting I got this to work (iPad 3/iOS 5):
There is a way to get the windows back to normal without quitting the app, but it's not ideal.
If you move the dock, the applications will move back into place, the easiest way is to click the and go to dock, then change the position, then repeat to put it back to where you had it originally.
You can pinch to zoom, which will simulate Command ⌘+
and Command ⌘-
You can also try the extension, which was mentioned by in Danijel's answer.
Otherwise, you can hold down Control ^ and the screen will zoom in and out. It ends up looking like this though (which I don't think you want):
In the latest version of Safari (11), go to:
Safari -> Preferences -> Websites -> Page Zoom
There you can set the default page zoom for all sites or a specific site.
This seems to be a native feature of Safari now (the Page Zoom setting under the Advanced tab in preferences is gone.)
I created a bookmark in Mobile Safari with this url
The easiest way to setup this bookmark is by:
Add a bookmark to any page
Edit the bookmark and set the url to the url I have above
Now anytime ...
Using this extension from taharactrl I was able to zoom with ctrl+mouse wheel on all websites.
OSX El Capitan + Chrome 47
Note : after installing the extension, for it to work on existing opened tabs you have to reload them.
The Quickstyle Safari Extension has served this purpose well for me.
In particular it allows changing only the font size or virtually any other very detailed change.
Click the toolbar icon (or use the keyboard shortcut) and select the element on the page that you'd like to apply changes to (or any element) to bring up the editor pre-filled with a rule that ...
I got it to work.
Selecting the "System Preferences" from the top left "Apple" icon or just clicking the "System Preferences" icon directly both result in the "Enable Touch Bar Zoom" checkbox NOT showing up.
The only way to consistently get it was to right click or click and hold on the "System Preferences" icon found in the dock, then select "...
Its own UI, not web pages
The following settings in TinkerTool affect the following pieces of Chrome's own UI:
Chrome address bar, i.e. URL: System in TinkerTool (default font: Lucida Grande; largest size possible is 16 pt; larger sizes are truncated)
titles of tabs: Help tags (default font: Lucida Grande; largest size possible is 13 pt; ...
I found it! The zoom plug-in / add-in is not provided by the Microsoft store, rather installed by zoom itself, so you won't find it in the Microsoft store > my add-ins area. If you go to finder > applications, you will see a folder called 'Zoom plugin for Outlook', in that folder is an uninstall icon. Close outlook, uninstall, and voila....zoom gone!
In yosemite, you can activate it at the system level. For example:
Preferences > Accessibility > Zoom > Use scroll gesture with keys to zoom
Select ^ control
Then use control and the mouse scroll to zoom.
(Alternatively, tough that's not what's asked, in chrome, you can pinch to zoom by default)
Make sure Zoom is enabled in Settings > General > Accessibility.
When Zoom is enabled, you can double-tap with three fingers to zoom the entire screen of your iPhone/iPod/iPad. To move around, either hold three fingers on the screen and drag to show different parts in the viewport, or hold one finger along the edge of the screen to pan.
If you need to ...
If you go to "preferences" in the Safari tab and then to "advanced" you can click the "Never use font sizes smaller than" button and then pick the font size you want. Then you won't have to squint and get real close to the screen to read it anymore.
There is a workaround posted on the Apple forums.
The mouse/key entry performance does "feel" significantly better, as does the momentum zoom.
Zoom is per-screen, rather than both at once
It is still not nearly as performant as it was in Mavericks. The testufo.com site will still not render at 60fps while zooming.
While this workaround does ...
Best workaround so far:
In System Preferences-Accessibility, select Increase contrast (which will implicitly select Reduce transparency). This seems to improve performance in some circumstances, but it does dramatically affects aesthetics. The slider on http://kraken.io is smooth while zoomed in. There are still some circumstances where zooming is a little ...
After upgrading to Yosemite I've also been getting extremely slow response in a number of different situations such as long pauses for Spotlight to return file matches, slow start up of applications especially after waking from Display Sleep, as well as other operations. (It feels like walking in quicksand and finding you can't move like you could.) Also, I'...
If your mouse has a wheel or touch - hold the option key and then use the scroll wheel / scroll gesture or control.
If you don't have that - you'll need to add a mouse with a wheel or add a trackpad to the iMac.
About the only thing I know is different is that when the photo is cropped after the shot is taken, it will take up more space than if the camera was zoomed in when taking the picture. Why? Because in iOS, photo editing is non-destructive. The part that was cropped out will always be there, you just can't see it. However, when zoomed in, that part of the ...
There is a lot of confusion around how to do this, not just because it's changed from Excel 2011 to Excel 2016, but also because the process has even changed during Excel 2016's lifecycle.
I've also seen a number of different ways people have used to achieve a totally customised default workbook.
In the interests of providing alternatives, I thought I'd ...
This Applescript code sets the zoom level globally:
tell application "System Events"
tell application process "Safari"
set frontmost to true
keystroke "," using command down
tell window 1
click button "Advanced" of toolbar 1 of it
click pop up button 3 of group 1 of group 1 of it
After 6 years, we finally have this feature in native Safari 10, so no more CSS or extension required (I used to apply CSS, but it broke many sites as pointed out by @adib):
UPDATE: Thanks to @wisbucky, Safari 11.0 actually has a new design. It can now memorize the zoom level per site. Also, we can custom this by the menu item "Safari" --> "Settings for ...