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The "Interactive zoom" pane
Overview
The "Interactive zoom" pane is used to zoom the section currently hovered by the mouse cursor.
The popup menu (right mouse click) of the "Interactive zoom" pane is used to:
  • Modify the zoom factor.
  • Modify the refresh rate for displaying the zoomed section.
Displaying the "Interactive zoom" pane
To display the "Interactive zoom" pane, select "Tools .. Options .. Options of the environment", "Panes" tab and check "Interactive zoom".To display the "Interactive zoom" pane, on the "Home" pane, in the "Environment" group, expand "Panes" and select "Interactive zoom".
See Handling the dockable panes for more details.
Using the "Interactive zoom" pane
To perform a zoom in the section currently hovered by the mouse cursor:
  1. Display the "Interactive zoom" pane.
  2. Click in the "Interactive zoom" pane to enable the zoom.
  3. Modify (if necessary) the zoom factor and/or the refresh rate of display for the zoomed section via the popup menu (right mouse click on the "Interactive zoom" pane.
  4. Hover the zoomed section to view with the mouse cursor.
  5. Click in the "Interactive zoom" pane to disable the zoom.
Note: When using the interactive zoom, the following information is displayed:
  • the zoom factor. This factor can be modified at any time via the popup menu of the "Interactive zoom" pane (right mouse click).
  • the time for refreshing the display of the zoomed section. This characteristic can be modified at any time via the popup menu of the "Interactive zoom" pane (right mouse click).
  • the Red, Green and Blue components of the pixel currently hovered by the mouse cursor. The pixel hovered by the mouse cursor corresponds to the black dot found in the center of the "Interactive zoom" pane.
  • the X and Y coordinates of the pixel currently hovered by the mouse cursor in relation to the top left corner of the screen (the screen on the left when using several screens). The pixel hovered by the mouse cursor corresponds to the black dot found in the center of the "Interactive zoom" pane.
See also
Minimum required version
  • Version 10
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