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Graph IDE ► Inspector Editors ► Magnifier
All graphics with a coordinate system, including Graphs and the Graphic View are able to perform magnification.
Note the following distinction in two coordinate systems:
This section defines that operation and the associated inspector editor as shown in the following figure.
Percent Magnified : Enter a value in the text field to set the magnification. 100 means no magnification 50 means half magnification, 200 means twice magnification, etc.
Preset Magnification : Choose one of the predefined buttons to set the percent magnification.
Slider : Use the Slider to vary the magnification.
Continuous : If the continuous button is selected then the slider magnification is performed as the slider knob moves.
Encompass All Graphics : Adjusts the magnification so that all graphics are shown in the visible portion of the document's graphic view.
Encompass Selection : Adjusts the magnification so that only selected graphics are shown in the visible portion of the document's graphic view.
Revert To Previous Magnification : Select this button to revert magnification.
Revert To Original Magnification : Select this button to empty the magnification history and revert to the original magnification.
Pinned Rectilinear Bounds
Pinned bounds are the reference point for magnification. For a graphic view they are the page size and can not be changed except by changing the page size itself on the Graphic View inspector. For a graph they are the graph limits at the time the Magnification inspector was brought forward.
For graphs, you can set the pinned bounds. Pinned bounds and magnification references are always in rectilinear coordinates.
Enter Pinned Bounds : Select this button to enter new pinned bounds as shown in the text fields. Preference is given to the absolute values (not width or height). You can also type the return key in the text field to enter the respective bound change.