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Zoom in and out within notes. Ctrl + Scroll wheel


dantonic

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The lack of this feature is frustrating, and it looks like Mac has it (as usual only the mac version is more complete)

Behavior should be CTRL + scroll wheel or CTRL + "+ or -" to zoom in and out in a note.

Simple feature, all browsers, all word processing programs and other note taking apps like onenote have it.  Even evernote has it, but just for mac?

Hope you agree.

 

Regards,

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Hello, I have just paid for a Premium account to find out that this application does not even support a simple zoom + scroll function - this is basic, to say the least. When can your users expect an update to include this? Almost a year ago you mentioned this was to be featured in an upcoming update. 

 

 

 

 
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17 hours ago, Wayne Dalton said:

Hello, I have just paid for a Premium account to find out that this application does not even support a simple zoom + scroll function - this is basic, to say the least. When can your users expect an update to include this? Almost a year ago you mentioned this was to be featured in an upcoming update. 

 

 

 

 

It was implemented last year. Ctrl+scroll wheel for zoom, and pinch to zoom on touch screens.

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I've invested all this content and effort into your platform with the understanding that you would eventually bring in the ability to use basic information visualization tools, but you still don't even have basic word processing tools. 

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On 4/12/2020 at 12:42 AM, EverCanadian said:

I've invested all this content and effort into your platform with the understanding that you would eventually bring in the ability to use basic information visualization tools, but you still don't even have basic word processing tools. 

Odd. I invest my time and money into Evernote because of the features it has today, rather than the feature I hope it acquires in the future (but may never get).

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