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Re[2]: zoom problem?

From: Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 09:53:00 +0100
Message-ID: <273406247.20020325095300@w3.org>
To: Emmanuel Pietriga <emmanuel.pietriga@xrce.xerox.com>
CC: www-isaviz@w3.org
Emmanuel

This is where the email method breaks ;-) To be honest, I do not understand what you do not understand (if you
understand what I mean...).

When the canvas is empty, I begin to put resources, labelled edges,
etc and indeed everything is visible and nice. But if you get to a
graph with 20-30 resources and the corresponding links, the canvas
gets full. Ie, the labels get occluded, etc. So I may want to go an
edit some details, ie, I would like to zoom into some detail. And that
is what I cannot do.

I.


Monday, March 25, 2002, 09:33:09, you wrote:

EP> No. The max zooming factor remains the same. It doesn't have anything to 
EP> do with opening/closing the graph.
EP> When you begin with an empty graph, you are at the max level of 
EP> magnification. What I do not understand is why ou want to zoom further 
EP> in. At this level, nodes, links and fonts look big enough to me.

EP> Emmanuel



EP> Ivan Herman wrote:

>> Emmanuel,
>> 
>> The way it happens is as follows. You begin with an empty graph. Ie,
>> you do not touch the zooming factor. Then you begin to add nodes and
>> links, and your graph gradually becomes more complex. At some point
>> you then want to zoom in and... you can't. This is the practical
>> consequence of your setting, and it is annoying. YOu have to close the
>> project, get out, get in again, and then you can zoom, I guess.
>> 
>> Ivan
>> 
>> Monday, March 25, 2002, 08:41:03, you wrote:
>> 




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