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Arrows works different when 'zoomed in'

PostPosted: Wed Apr 19, 2006 2:29 am
by HPW
There is a difference in using the arrow-keys, when I have a selected area active.

When whole image is visible, the arrow keys move the selected area.

When I have zoomed in and the scrollbars are visible, the arrow-keys move the view relative to the whole bitmap.

In 'zoomed out' the arrow-keys should work as in 'zoomed in'.
Together with the ALT-key the selected area is moved pixelwise.

Also the combination with SHIFT works different:

When whole image is visible, the SHIFT-arrow keys move the selected area in grid-jumps.

When I have zoomed in and the scrollbars are visible, the SHIFT-arrow-keys move the view relative to the whole bitmap.

In 'zoomed out' the SHIFT-arrow-keys should work as in 'zoomed in'.
Together with the SHIFT-key the selected area is moved gridwise.

PostPosted: Wed Apr 19, 2006 11:19 am
by Neosoft Support
Unfortunately, this is a function of the image library we used to create NeoPaint. However, I will certainly add this to our list of things to investigate for the next update.