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Command Mode - Dynamic Zoom with <CTRL> + Mouse Scroll

mike 8 months ago in Software / PC-DMIS updated by neil.kay 6 days ago 0

Command mode has visual challenges. Small text (fonts), while difficult to see, is good for seeing the whole program - especially features with long widths across. Large text (fonts) is good for detail and visibility, but the field of view gets cropped.

Changing fonts by pressing F6, then clicking "Edit Window", and THEN selecting the font size, is archaic.

A huge improvement would be if Command Mode allowed Dynamic Zoom (or Font Scaling) using <CTRL> + Mouse Scroll. Examples of this are available in Visual Studio's editor, MS Word, and Notepad++.

Note the attached MP4 of Visual Studio scrolling in and out of code details.

Visual Studio, Dynamic Zoom