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Re: Zoom.

On 22 Aug 2003, Igor Hjelmstrom Vinhas Ribeiro wrote:
> Hello!
> I am using DIA to make large diagrams. Because of this, I must ask: why
> the 400% limit in the zoom tool?

That's a completely arbitrary limit.  I didn't expect anybody to want to
zoom more than that often.  Ideally, I'd make it work like the fonts menu,
so that any time you enter a zoom value into the box, it goes into the menu
and is remembered.  If you compile Dia yourself, go to app/interface.c:232
and add some lines.  There's a hard (but also arbitrary) limit of 2500%
somewhere.  Besides, if you make large diagrams, don't you want to zoom out
rather than in?

> PS: Great software. Simple, never crashes, good docs....  I really like
> it.

Never crashes... good docs... are you sure we're talking about the same

Just kidding, I like the state the 0.91 is in, and 0.92 will be even better.


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