Topic: No Resource URI Leak - Bug or just incompatibility with Pale Moon v28?
So I'm quite the Linux newbie and therefore I was not at all able to confirm whether this issue actually occurs in IceWeasel-UXP - I just know that it occurs in Pale Moon v28 (which is also built upon UXP) on Linux Mint 18.1 x64 Cinnamon. Therefore I would greatly appreciate it if someone that actually knows what they're doing could confirm/deny whether this actually occurs in IceWeasel-UXP.
Simply put, when the extension "No Resource URI Leak" is installed and you directly view any image file that is larger than your browser window's current size, rather than it downscaling the image to fit your browser, it downscales to to slightly larger than a perfect fit resulting in a sort of "overscan" (even scroll bars will be present). Additonally, the image aligned towards the left side rather than be centered.
Here's a screenshot (downscaled 67% to cancel-out 1.5x DPI scaling) of what the issue looks like in action:
And a screenshot (also downscaled 67% to cancel-out 1.5x DPI scaling) of how things look when "No Resource URI Leak" is disabled; this is also how things behave with a completely stock configuration of Pale Moon v28:
Direct link to the crazy high-resolution image depicted in the screenshots:
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ … Centre.jpg