An image viewer for the web!
Croppr is an extension which enhances the ability of chrome to display images. Key functionalities of this extension includes rotation, zooming and flipping of images. There is also a button on the extension's toolbar for changing the background color of an images. The displayed image is automatically centers in the viewport of the browser. Another key feature of this extension is the ability to extract the biggest image of the current webpage. This happens by clicking on the extensions button in the browser's toolbar. This feature is very useful on sites such as flickr or facebook where an image is shown with some clutter around it. This extension features in addition some social media functionality such as content sharing on facebook and twitter. It the feature this extension will be integrated as extension in tagspaces, which is a tool for data organisation and database independent file tagging (http://tagspaces.org).
- (2016-09-26) Vladimir Venkov: Despite the name the and the image thumbnail of the extension I couldn't find a way to crop images. removed...
- (2016-05-10) Michael Aaron: It's a nice idea, but it lacks several features: Panning, mouse controls, setting the zoom to 100%, and, ironically, the ability to crop the image.
- (2012-05-09) Jess Fortier: I was searching for a plugin that would let me zoom in and out of image files, as Chrome by default only has "100% height" and "100% size" displays. This does that, but if I zoom out I get huge black areas around the image and have to scroll very far down and to the right to get to my image. Then, if I hit "reset" (which scales the image back to fit in the window again), zooming in will indeed increase the size but no scroll bars appear so I am limited to what part of the image I can view. No idea why this seems to be so buggy - obviously this cannot be expected behavior.
- (2017-07-26, v:1.20) Sonja Steingräber: Add feature to move the image by dragging
As an image cropper - this extension sucks because as stated before, it does not crop images. As an extended image viewer Croppr works great however. Still, it would be even more useful if you could move images around the canvas by grabbing and dragging them with your mouse. Otherwise certain parts of larger images will be impossible to view on higher zoom levels.
- (2016-10-24, v:1.20) John Richard: No crop function
Doesn't actually crop images. Some useful tools, but the primary function in the extension's name and logo are missing.
- (2015-02-11, v:1.20) Page Complain
Not Working Cropper