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apps:ristretto:getting-started [2012/04/27 20:21]
stephan
apps:ristretto:getting-started [2018/10/23 03:39]
andreldm [Viewing an image] Make it clear that zooming with mouse-wheel requires Control key
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 Showing an image like this is nice, but sometimes you want to zoom in on a detail, get a closer look. To do this Ristretto provides the ability to zoom in on a section of the image. There are several ways to do zoom in on an image, Showing an image like this is nice, but sometimes you want to zoom in on a detail, get a closer look. To do this Ristretto provides the ability to zoom in on a section of the image. There are several ways to do zoom in on an image,
   * The first way to zoom is via the zoom buttons on the side toolbar. It is possible to zoom in, out, to 100% or to make the image fit the screen. These buttons can also be reached via {gui>​Menu>​View>​Zoom}.   * The first way to zoom is via the zoom buttons on the side toolbar. It is possible to zoom in, out, to 100% or to make the image fit the screen. These buttons can also be reached via {gui>​Menu>​View>​Zoom}.
-  * A second way is using the scroll-wheel on the mouseMoving the mouse-wheel forward zooms in on the imagemoving the mouse-wheel backward will zoom out.+  * A second way is using the scroll-wheel on the mouseMoving the mouse-wheel forward ​while pressing Control ​zooms in on the image. Similarly ​moving the mouse-wheel backward ​and holding Control ​will zoom out.
     <note tip>The zoom-direction of the mouse-wheel can be adjusted, see [[apps:​ristretto:​preferences|Preferences]] for more details.</​note>​     <note tip>The zoom-direction of the mouse-wheel can be adjusted, see [[apps:​ristretto:​preferences|Preferences]] for more details.</​note>​