Difference between revisions of "ZoomOut Command"

From GeoGebra Manual
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Text replace - "<div class="box info"> 48px|left This page is part of the official manual for print and pdf. For structural reasons normal users can't edit this page. If you found any errors on this page please contact )
Line 3: Line 3:
 
;ZoomOut[ <Scale Factor> ]
 
;ZoomOut[ <Scale Factor> ]
 
:Zooms the [[Graphics View]] out by given factor with respect to current zoom, center of the screen is used as center point for the zoom.
 
:Zooms the [[Graphics View]] out by given factor with respect to current zoom, center of the screen is used as center point for the zoom.
;ZoomOut[ <Scale Factor>, &lt;Center Point>]
+
:{{example|1=<div><code><nowiki>ZoomOut[2]</nowiki></code> zooms the view out.</div>}}
 +
;ZoomOut[ <Scale Factor>, &lt;Center Point> ]
 
:Zooms the  [[Graphics View]] out by given factor with respect to current zoom, second parameter specifies center point for the zoom.
 
:Zooms the  [[Graphics View]] out by given factor with respect to current zoom, second parameter specifies center point for the zoom.
{{Note|1=<code>ZoomOut[t]</code> and <code>ZoomOut[t,A]</code> are equivalent to <code>[[ZoomIn Command|ZoomIn]][1/t]</code> and <code>ZoomIn[1/t,A]</code> respectively.}}
+
:{{example|1=<div><code><nowiki>ZoomOut[2, (0, 0)]</nowiki></code></div>}}
 +
{{Note|1=<code>ZoomOut[t]</code> and <code>ZoomOut[t, A]</code> are equivalent to <code>[[ZoomIn Command|ZoomIn]][1/t]</code> and <code>ZoomIn[1/t, A]</code> respectively.}}

Revision as of 10:57, 15 July 2013



ZoomOut[ <Scale Factor> ]
Zooms the Graphics View out by given factor with respect to current zoom, center of the screen is used as center point for the zoom.
Example:
ZoomOut[2] zooms the view out.
ZoomOut[ <Scale Factor>, <Center Point> ]
Zooms the Graphics View out by given factor with respect to current zoom, second parameter specifies center point for the zoom.
Example:
ZoomOut[2, (0, 0)]
Note: ZoomOut[t] and ZoomOut[t, A] are equivalent to ZoomIn[1/t] and ZoomIn[1/t, A] respectively.
© 2021 International GeoGebra Institute