A vertical scrollbar in the Graphic View

Simona Riva shared this idea 13 years ago
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Aha. I've just finished a scheme about combinatorics, and it doesn't fit in one screen.

So, if I want to export it as a pdf or in common graphic formats, I can only export the "viewable" part of the file. Or am I wrong?


Exporting to html is fine, but if the user zooms to see the whole scheme, the text overlaps the polygons in which it's contained.

BTW I think that dynamic resizing of the text is a heavy request...


Having a vertical scrollbar in the Graphic View could be a solution...

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Another solution might be an export that would allow a defined print area or graphic export much as Excel does its print area.


Tony

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Your graphics card may let you change to a larger resolution than your monitor.


Otherwise you'll need to export 2 images and paste them together (or write your text smaller :) )

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Your graphics card may let you change to a larger resolution than your monitor.

This has been my first choice, and my resolution was already max !!!


Otherwise you'll need to export 2 images and paste them together (or write your text smaller :) )

And this is what I've done, actually!


But a wonderful and sparkling vertical scrollbar, which allows users to draw a selection rectangle on a wider zone is always the mathmum dream!

(it's evident that I'm passing too much time with young girls, I'm surroundend with sparkling... everything!) :flushed:


Thanks !

Simona

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an old thread but shift and drag moves the view

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