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Feature Request: zoom button for toolbar

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I would like to be able to click on a control on the toolbar to adjust the zoom factor for the document I'm working on.  I know that I can go to View>Zoom> and pick on, or use the shortcut keys to change the zoom, but it would be nice to have a control that allows a single click and select (and that shows the zoom factor). So if I picked 200%, the face of the control would show that was my zoom factor.

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If you select the Zoom Tool you will have that in the Context Toolbar.

Also, it's available in the Navigator panel, which you could keep open in the Studio.


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9 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

If you select the Zoom Tool you will have that in the Context Toolbar.

Also, it's available in the Navigator panel, which you could keep open in the Studio.

Thanks, Walt!  I didn't realize that it was visible in the Navigator panel. I don't usually have that one visible. I knew about the zoom tool, but the moment you use a different tool, the info is gone.  Just checked the navigator panel and that's exactly what I wanted.  

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