Zooming using Ctrl + or -

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Zooming using Ctrl + or -

Postby thewison » Mon 25 Oct, 2004 12:04 am

I can not use Ctrl + or - to enlarge or shrink the cards I am viewing. My notebook does not have a numerical keyboard.

Any ideas on how I could reconfigure different keys to do the same thing?

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Sorry I found it!

Postby thewison » Mon 25 Oct, 2004 5:52 am

I press (Fn) +- to zoom in or out.

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+ and - keys

Postby Programmer » Mon 25 Oct, 2004 8:45 pm

Hi Tim,

At the moment there are no alternatives to the plus and minus keys, but this is obviously an oversight. I am working on the next release at the moment and hope to have it ready in a month or two, so I will look at adding the extra keys then.

How about the > and < keys?

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Function Plus and Minus

Postby Programmer » Mon 25 Oct, 2004 8:46 pm

Well we both learned something there!

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It is a difficult question!

Postby thewison » Tue 26 Oct, 2004 6:19 am

Thanks for the response Richard.

With there being so many different keyboard configurations this might be a difficult task to accomplish where you will please everyone. (6 of one, a half dozen of the other).

If the programming isn't too difficult, maybe at some point, having the user define keys for various tasks as well as a zoom would allow the ultimate customization of Orphalese.

By the way, this software is awesome!

Tim



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