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Author Topic: Feature Request: More granular steps in the zoom scale (using the keyboard)  (Read 3581 times)

OGroeger

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One feature request: Using the keyboard you can change the zoom level in steps of at least 10%. 10% steps using the arrow keys and 30% steps using the Page Up/Page Down keys.



It would be fine to add a keyboard modifier - Shift f.i - to change the zoom level in 1 % steps. So if you press Shift - Arrow Up, the zoom level is decreased by one, and pressing Arrow, the Zoom level is decreased by ten.

Btw: It is sometimes impossible to change the zoom level using the mouse to 80%, 90, 100% ... percent. It changes from 99 to 101 and from 89 to 91.  The workaround is to use the shortcut "100%"

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i like this idea, and i'd like to add a few more "nudge" shortcuts;
what do the big apps like ps and psp use, we should stick to the "accepted" standard.

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btw -
i'd like to find a mod for smf forums that lets you do what you are trying to do, embed an attached image INSIDE the body of the next at a specific place.

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I wondered what that img tag is good for. I thought i could reference the attachment. But maybe it is only for system images?

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img tag is for referencing images using urls, typically offsite images;