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February 10, 2006

Aperture Trick #32 – More On Zooming Your Cursor

Filed under: Tricks — Scott @ 6:06 am

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This is an update to Aperture Trick #9. To recap, when you press the “Z” key to Zoom, you view the image at 100%. The image will zoom into the portion of the image that represents the location of your mouse. So to avoid panning around a large image, just place the mouse near where you want to zoom in the first place.

And Aperturetricks reader Steve Staskiewicz reminds us that if your cursor is not on the image and you hit the ‘Z’ key, the image will enlarge to its center point.


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