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== Using Desktop Zoom == [[TableOfContents]]

== Using Zoom Desktop ==

'''Zoom Desktop''' works by causing the entire screen to zoom in, effectively giving you a more readable view of a portion of the screen. The visible area of the screen can be panned by using the ''[#zoom_pan_button Zoom Pan]'' mouse binding, which defaults to `<Super>Button2`.

You cannot interact with other windows while the screen is zoomed in. If you need to be able to work with other windows while zoomed in, consider using the '''[:Plugins/Ezoom:Enhanced Zoom Desktop]''' plugin.
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|| ''Initiate'' || Click and drag with this button to select a region to zoom into. Will zoom in as much as needed to make the selected region best fit the entire screen. || {{{<Super>Button3}}} ||
|| ''Zoom In'' || Will zoom in by the amount set for ''Zoom factor'' (see ''Configuration'' below). || {{{<Super>Button4}}} ||
|| ''Zoom Out'' || Will zoom out by the amount set for ''Zoom factor''. || {{{<Super>Button5}}} ||
|| ''Zoom Pan'' || Click and drag with this button to move the zoomed field of view. || {{{<Super>Button2}}} ||
|| [[Anchor(initiate_button)]] ''Initiate'' || Click and drag with this button to select a region to zoom into. Will zoom in as much as needed to make the selected region best fit the entire screen. || `<Super>Button3` ||
|| [[Anchor(zoom_in_button)]] ''Zoom In'' || Will zoom in by the amount set for ''[#zoom_factor Zoom factor]'' || `<Super>Button4` ||
|| [[Anchor(zoom_out_button)]] ''Zoom Out'' || Will zoom out by the amount set for ''[#zoom_factor Zoom factor]''. || `<Super>Button5` ||
|| [[Anchor(zoom_pan_button)]] ''Zoom Pan'' || Click and drag with this button to move the zoomed field of view. || `<Super>Button2` ||
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|| ''Speed'' || The movement speed when zooming in or out. ||
|| ''Timestep'' || How "springy" the zooming movement is. ||
|| ''Zoom factor'' || ||
|| ''Filter Linear'' || If enabled, the zoomed image will be smoothed to avoid sharply visible pixels. ||

This section contains an explanation of every option available to this plugin, presented in the same order as they appear in '''[:CC
SM:]'''.

|| [[Anchor(speed)]] ''S
peed'' || The movement speed when zooming in or out. ||
|| [[Anchor(timestep)]] ''Timestep'' || How "springy" the zooming movement is. ||
|| [[Anchor(zoom_factor)]] ''Zoom factor'' || How far the screen is zoomed in or out each time the ''[#zoom_in_button Zoom In]'' and ''[#zoom_out_button Zoom Out]'' bindings are used, respectively. ||
|| [[Anchor(filter_linear)]] ''Filter Linear'' || If enabled, the zoomed image will be smoothed to avoid sharply visible pixels. ||

Card(Plugin align=right, name=Zoom Desktop, icon=plugin-zoom.png, pack=[:CompizPlugins:Compiz Plugins], cat=Accessibility, hist=)

The Zoom Desktop plugin offers the ability to zoom in for an enlarged view of the screen.

TableOfContents

Using Zoom Desktop

Zoom Desktop works by causing the entire screen to zoom in, effectively giving you a more readable view of a portion of the screen. The visible area of the screen can be panned by using the [#zoom_pan_button Zoom Pan] mouse binding, which defaults to <Super>Button2.

You cannot interact with other windows while the screen is zoomed in. If you need to be able to work with other windows while zoomed in, consider using the [:Plugins/Ezoom:Enhanced Zoom Desktop] plugin.

Action

Description

Default Binding

Anchor(initiate_button) Initiate

Click and drag with this button to select a region to zoom into. Will zoom in as much as needed to make the selected region best fit the entire screen.

<Super>Button3

Anchor(zoom_in_button) Zoom In

Will zoom in by the amount set for [#zoom_factor Zoom factor]

<Super>Button4

Anchor(zoom_out_button) Zoom Out

Will zoom out by the amount set for [#zoom_factor Zoom factor].

<Super>Button5

Anchor(zoom_pan_button) Zoom Pan

Click and drag with this button to move the zoomed field of view.

<Super>Button2

Configuration

This section contains an explanation of every option available to this plugin, presented in the same order as they appear in [:CCSM:].

Anchor(speed) Speed

The movement speed when zooming in or out.

Anchor(timestep) Timestep

How "springy" the zooming movement is.

Anchor(zoom_factor) Zoom factor

How far the screen is zoomed in or out each time the [#zoom_in_button Zoom In] and [#zoom_out_button Zoom Out] bindings are used, respectively.

Anchor(filter_linear) Filter Linear

If enabled, the zoomed image will be smoothed to avoid sharply visible pixels.

Plugins/Zoom (last edited 2008-04-22 10:08:55 by pool-70-104-171-193)