Panning and zooming
If the image does not fit into the View area in one or both dimensions, it can be panned by dragging or scrolling to see different areas of the image. To enter the drag mode, click Drag icon on the main toolbar or select the Edit->Drag item in the main menu. This command is also accessible from right-click context menu (in some modes) and via D shortcut. You can temporarily switch to the drag mode from other modes by pressing and holding the space bar.
When in drag mode you can drag the image around by holding the left mouse button down and moving the mouse.
You can scroll the image using scrollbars and arrow keys.
Use the following zoom commands by clicking the corresponding icons on the main toolbar or selecting them in the View menu or in the context (right-click) menu to change the scale at which the image is displayed:
|Zoom In||+||Enlarge the image one step|
|Zoom Out||-||Reduce the image one step|
|Zoom In/Out||Ctrl + Shift + Mouse Wheel||Zoom In/Out|
|Zoom to Actual Size||/||Show the image at its actual size|
|Zoom to Fit||*||Enlarge or reduce the image so that it fits the View area|
|Zoom In To Desired Area||Z + Mouse||Zoom In to area selected by mouse|
To quickly zoom to one of the predefined zoom values, use the Zoom combo on the main toolbar.