Resize window with a keystroke.
- Resizes the active browser window to the predefined list of sizes. - Requires no special permissions. - Use the default keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+A (Command+Shift+A for Mac) to resize to the next window size in your list. Keep using the shortcut to rotate window sizes. - You can add and remove sizes in the window sizes list. Go to extension options to do that. - You can change the shortcut. Use "Keyboard shortcuts" in the Chrome extension settings to do that. UPDATES - Menu added. - You can add the current window size using the "Add Current Window Size" button in the options page.
- (2021-08-29) SEONWOOK KIM: SUPER! Great app. simple and intuitive. would like to have keyboard shortcut for window size. Thank you so much
- (2021-08-17) Johnathan Doeinger: I don't think its working anymore with Chrome. It will not create a window under 500px wide! I suspect that Chrome is overriding the extension not letting any window be less than 500px wide now. As a website developer it was much easier to just change the width of the window to the viewpoint I needed. This extension works for other sizes above 500px though. Not sure if there will ever be a fix for this?
- (2021-05-07) Fokke Lingeman: A simple extension to resize your browser window to a set resolution. I use this to get consistent sizes when taking screenshots. Works great!
- (2021-03-02) 72pinkush: Thank you for making this, works really well. I have one suggestion. Add an option to remember the window position on the display screen please. Like Ilya Kuchinskiy said moving the window manually to the usual position after resizing is pain.
- (2021-02-13) Magnus: Exactly what I was looking for. Simple and effective.
- (2021-01-27) Ben Marcus: Perfect once I learned how to set key commands for extensions at chrome://extensions/shortcuts Setting custom sizes is very easy in extension options. I can easily switch between monitors and get the perfect browser size.
- (2020-10-24) Ilya Kuchinskiy: Excellent extension, everything works as expected, just missing one little following option. I usually keep my Chrome window on the right side of an ultra-wide, in two sizes: 1. Article width for scrolling through all web pages 2. Preferred 16:9 width for YouTube However when I use this shortcut to switch to the YouTube's wider width, the extension enlarges the window from the right side of the Chrome window. Given that Chrome's window located on the right side of the screen, it simply extends beyond my monitor, and keeps the left side static. Could you please please add the switch whether to resize Chrome from windows' left or right side? To clarify, I run MacOS dual monitors setup with Chrome window located near the right side of my left monitor. Could the issue of extending right edge of the window into the oblivion be an attempt to extend into my second monitor? Much appreciated!
- (2020-08-26) David Stankunas: Installed...pressed ctrl + shift + a...nothing happens. Doesn't work.
- (2020-04-01) Jo Anne Van Sant: Installed this on Chrome version 80 on Windows 10 Enterprise. Clicking on the extension icon doesn't do anything but grey out the icon. Right-clicked to see Options but that just pops up a new tab to add/edit window size options. Saw a reviewer mention a CTRL+SHIFT+A shortcut which does resize my window but to an unspecified size.
- (2020-02-21) - Nanch: Absolutely perfect. 11/10. So easy and perfectly functional. I love the Control+Shift+A shortcut usage. It would be nice if there were a button in the options for "Add size from current window" so you could resize and then add that size instead of taking a screenshot or testing different sizes.
- (2019-12-18) 7 : 76: 간단하고 정말 좋네요. 1. 창의 위치 저장 2. 단축키 변경 가능 3. 현재의 창 위치/크기 자동 입력 위 기능만 추가되면 완벽할 것 같습니다.
- (2019-08-21) Adam Alexander: Makes no sense, no options. Click on the extension and it just turns grey. Instant uninstall.
- (2019-05-28) Stephen Lewis: This is very useful when used in conjunction with Dragon Naturally Speaking. I created a simple spoken command "resize-it" which invokes ctrl + shift + a. A fantastic little program here.
- (2017-12-11) Alek Malesevic: Works at any configuration and snappy to update. Great for configuring a browser window to be at a smaller resolution for screen capture. My only minor gripe is that it includes the toolbar when sizing the window (which makes sense)—an option to size based on the CANVAS would be incredible to have.
- (2017-10-26) Mauricio Servellon: 1. Do i have to remember every resolution? 2. Do i have to guess which resolution i'm in? 3. What's the key?? oh! it's in the description in the store, not on the plugin! 4. UX man... it's better to recall by seeing: make a clickable menu of resolutions also.
- (2017-05-18) John Seefeldt: Looking for an easy way to restore browser window size when it gets changed in tablet mode (Asus Flip convertible). This does pretty much what I need, except that I've found there have to be at least two window sizes specified in Options or it doesn't work. Not EXACTLY what I wanted, but pretty close! Simple, easy to use, fast. Thanks!
- (2017-01-19) Does exactly what it's supposed to, and nothing more. Very fast (no laggy menus), very simple. Way better than the alternatives.
- (2017-01-18) Özgür Liman: nice
- (2021-05-23, v:1.1.0) irie irie: how to download for Epic browser???
how to download???
- (2020-07-10, v:1.1.0) Dennis Dionne: Include option for window position
Hey this is working great except it would be nice to have the option to include window position as well as size.
- (2020-01-02, v:1.0.3) AHMAD FATEMI: how to use this
i need to expand browser window in the facebook to be able to watch sertain activities. the activities are my friends stories. i can not open them and get a comment which says expand your browser window to watch this.
- (2020-01-02, v:1.0.3) AHMAD FATEMI: how do i use this?
i have installed the resize but i don 't know how to use it to resize the facebook window! how do i use this please?
- (2018-03-23, v:1.0.3) McKay Christensen: Linux
Just trying this in Linux (Kubuntu) and it does not seem to be working. Not sure if it is just not supported in Linux or if I am doing something wrong.