Panning, zooming, and scrolling in the editor
To zoom, do one of the following:
- Click on the image to toggle between the current zoom and fit-to-screen magnification; click again to zoom in around the area under the mouse.
- Use the mouse wheel.
- Click on the zoom icon buttons in the toolbar.
- Press the '+', '-', '0', or '9' keys too zoom in, out, to 100%, or to fit.
To scroll, do one of the following:
- Use the scroll bars on the side and bottom of the image viewport.
- Press and hold the "S" key and drag the rectangle to resposition the view.
- Click on the scroll button in the toolbar and move the rectangle to the desired location.
- Click-and-drag on the image. If an editor tool is active (for instance, the white balance eyedropper or the distortion tool), then you must press and hold the spacebar to temporarily enable panning.
NOTE: When you zoom out to less than 100% magnification, approximations are calculated for some filters. So, the result can be slightly different compared to downsampling from the processed full-resolution image. This allows a more responsive interface. The "Resample from full-resolution image" option in the Distortion and Geometry filter can change this behavior, though it is recommended mostly for extreme (i.e. fisheye) distortion corrections where the resampling yields sharper interpolation results.
NOTE: In multi-pane mode, scroll/pan operations apply only to the active image. To make an image active, click in the image or on its titlebar.