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Saving Zoom Setting in Safari

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Hi, I use an Apple iMac running OS X 10.9.1 (Maverick). When using Safari on the web, I often have to Zoom the page up to see it larger. Is there a way to save the Zoom settings on my browser so that I don't have to do it each and every time. - Much like in Microsoft's Internet Explorer, where you can set the page size to 150%, 200%, etc.

Thank you,
Fulano
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This is supposed to work on Mavericks:
https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/35756/allpageszoom-safari-extension/


Since css style zooming no longer works in Safari7, you need to use extensions, f.e. this works for me on Mavericks:
https://discussions.apple.com/message/24169479#24169479#24169479

Post back if you have any issues.  Using an extension might not be the best solution, but until Apple fixes this issue, it looks to be the only one now that the css style zooming no longer works.

Good Luck - ITTallahassee
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