Tip: How to Quickly Revert to the Classic Photo Viewer in Facebook?

by Jawwad in Internet, Tips&Tricks | 0 comments

facebook logo | Tip: How to Quickly Revert to the Classic Photo Viewer in Facebook?

Lately, Facebook team has been experimenting with too many GUI and interface changes to the website. For example a new and much improved profile view had been introduced recently. So, for the most part these changes are for the good and welcome as a result. However, this is not true for all the changes. Lately they are pushing a change in the Facebook where users pictures and associated comments when viewed appear in dark pup-up window. This seem really weird and kind of annoying for the most people. If you also one of them that don’t like this feature there is an easy way to fix it. So here is the fix: whenever you are viewing a photo in this fashion just press the F5 key in your browser (Firefox, Chrome etc.) and this dark popup window will disappear and the photo will be shown as normal in the Facebook website interface with the associated comments without the lightbox effect! Easy… isn’t it?

Source: [Digital Inspiration]

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