[scribus] No zoom smaller than 10%

Owen rcook at pcug.org.au
Tue Sep 10 07:43:38 UTC 2013

I am not sure what the problem is.

With no document open, Go to File->Preferences->Tools->Zoom and set
your minimum forever.

If the document is already open, just go to File->Document and do the
same procedure as above


> Il 09/09/2013 20.50, Gregory Pittman ha scritto:
>> Hmm.
>> Something I would wonder about is how does one work at zoom levels
>> like
>> this? It would seem that it might be good to be reminded that the
>> zoom
>> is so low/high so that you do some checking at more usual sorts of
>> magnification.
>> Greg
> The standart maximum size of PDF is 5.4864 meters.
> So I can crate a PDF of 5.4864 x 5.4864 meters, and Scribus allow to
> create it (In reality it allow a bigger size....)
> If Scribut allow this size is logical that it has to permit to
> decrease
> zoom level at least until document fit the screen.
> I do not think it makes sense to limit the zoom to 10%.
> Others publishing softwares follow the logic I've described above.
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