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I have two questions about the Zoom tool:

* Is there any way to desable the snap in zoom tool? 

* Is there any way to change de defaut shortcut like space+alt+click? For zoom out, I'd like to change the zoom out shortcut to space+x+click.

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28 minutes ago, Halex said:

Is there any way to desable the snap in zoom tool?

What snap, shouldn't be zoom related?

29 minutes ago, Halex said:

Is there any way to change de defaut shortcut like space+alt+click? For zoom out, I'd like to change the zoom out shortcut to space+x+click.

See:

APh > Preferences ... > Keyboard shortcuts

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There are keys called Modifiers, they are Shift, Alt/Option, Control and on Mac there is a fourth; Command. You can make a chord of Command + Shift + a real letter/number. You cannot make a chord out of letters/numbers, they are sent or read individually.

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