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* eventually some keys like in inkscape (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) to fit to screen with different criteria
 
* eventually some keys like in inkscape (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) to fit to screen with different criteria
 
* for the beginners it should be possible to zoom in and out with the zoom tool
 
* for the beginners it should be possible to zoom in and out with the zoom tool
==Some Comparisons==
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===Scribus Zoom===
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Here is a [[Zoom Comparisons | comparison of the various methods in Scribus, OpenOffice, and Inkscape]].
{|width=70% |
 
|valign=top|[[File:Zoom_scribus.png]]
 
|[[File:Zoom_scribus1.png]]
 
|To the far left is the basic zoom items, the spinbox and the buttons
 
* The spinbox changes by 1% as default
 
** Holding Ctrl or Alt causes each change to be 10% (absolute)
 
** Holding Shift: 0.1% (absolute)
 
** Holding Ctrl+Alt: 100% (absolute)
 
* '''-''' button reduces zoom by 50% (relative to current)
 
* '''1''' button brings zoom to 100%
 
* '''+''' button increases zoom by 100% (relative to current)
 
Right-clicking on the spinbox brings up this dialog, and the only pertinent items are '''Step up''' and '''Step down''', which merely behave like cliking the arrows of the spinbox.
 
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Latest revision as of 17:32, 31 January 2011

early draft

<greg> add a slider like in oo.org

<ale> here the zoom functions i (would) need:

  • an easy way to get back at 100% (eventually see the current %... which could be an input box)
  • eventually a way to switch among two zoom levels (mostly all page on screen / detailed view)
  • ctrl+mouse wheel to zoom in and out
  • + / - in non edit mode and ctrl++ / ctrl+- in edit mode to zoom in and out
  • a zoom tool to make a "selected area" fill the window
  • eventually some keys like in inkscape (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) to fit to screen with different criteria
  • for the beginners it should be possible to zoom in and out with the zoom tool

Here is a comparison of the various methods in Scribus, OpenOffice, and Inkscape.