> Onideus Mad Hatter wrote:
>> On Wed, 01 Aug 2007 09:21:25 -0500, Bergamot <email@example.com>
>>> Travis Newbury wrote:
>>>> the zoom feature in Flash is weak at
>>> If Adobe put some amount of control in the user's hands over the area of
>>> zoom or the degree of zoom, it might actually be a useful feature.
>> ...um, obviously you haven't ever actually used it
> Um, actually yes I have used it, or at least tried. Perhaps you haven't?
>> You can zoom in and out to various degrees
> How do I tell it to zoom in 20%, 50%, or as large as possible and still
> stay within the confines of the browser viewport? Where are the controls
> for anything like that?
>> and once zoomed in
>> you can click and drag the zoomed screen around with the hand icon.
> Thank you, you just made my point. ;)
> Have you ever been forced to read content by panning? It is one of the
> worst ways to make someone use a site. Horizontal scrolling on a HTML
> page is bad enough, but panning is a lot worse.
You do realise he won't reply...
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