Difference between revisions of "ZoomOut Command"

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: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.
 
:{{example|1=<div><code><nowiki>ZoomOut[2, (0, 0)]</nowiki></code></div>}}
 
:{{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.}}
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:*<code>ZoomOut[t]</code> and <code>ZoomOut[t, A]</code> are equivalent to <code>ZoomIn[1/t]</code> and <code>ZoomIn[1/t, A]</code> respectively.
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:*If multiple [[Graphics View|Graphics Views]] are present, the active one is used
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Revision as of 11:48, 5 March 2014



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)]
Notes:
  • ZoomOut[t] and ZoomOut[t, A] are equivalent to ZoomIn[1/t] and ZoomIn[1/t, A] respectively.
  • If multiple Graphics Views are present, the active one is used
  • See also ZoomIn command.
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