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Thankyou so much your to kind someone vote Hiylink profile I cant vote anymore Please!
HiylinLink, your answer is wrong, and your reasoning is completely non sequitur.
It appears you did not read the question or you did not understand it.
If an image is too small or blurred, then right click on the image and select "open in new tab". This will display only the image in the browser, and then use the browser’s “zoom” feature to enlarge the image.
Yep, I'm aware of that, it's more of a concept of picture resolution, either that or I seriously need to aquire glasses....
Although that method you've demonstarted may only be compatiable with certain operating systems. Or borwser.
All modern OS software and browsers support Java Script. This is a JS function, so what certain operating systems would NOT be compatible?
I included may not be compatible with the feature on this inpaticular browser....
Share the picture
Save the picture as
Search bing with the picture
ask the artifical intellgence system about the picture
View the source
and Inspect the elment
Then we can take internet explorer for example.
I can also save the picture to a file
E-mail the picture
send to my pictures
set as background
View the source
Inspect the elment
I can send it to The Microsoft one note application
check the pictues properties
I can also add it to favorites
DIffrent browser's that are comaptible with certain operating system's vary option's apoun right clicking certian elments.
I have seen what you speak off before but I have never seen being able to right click an image and open it in a new window/tab.
Most way's I have ever done this is being supplied with a link to view the image in a new tab.
Although maybe I have used misguided wording maybe "does not support" may have been better.
Now, I'm not very familar with the most up to date internet exploer enveriment. But I am familar with Microsoft edge and I quickly took a look at some things and I found a little bit of controversy, and complaints how microsoft edge can't open images by rigth clicking images or jpg files.
Using the advanced setup and registry editing, these default operational settings you describe are changeable. However, it’s not necessary to isolate the image in Edge.
In MS Edge, the magnifier will magnify images while they are in context. FireFox and Chrome require isolation to magnify images because it magnifies everything except images.
Here’s a link describing the use of the MS Edge magnifier. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4028566/windows-10-change-the-size-of-text