Using the zoom features
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When an image is opened in the Image Viewer it will be displayed in the best fitting format. This means that the image will be resized for maximal display inside the image area. You can zoom an image in the Image Viewer in several ways:
The zoom indicator, below the Image Area, will always show the active zoom percentage. IDimager allows zooming from 1% to 10,000%. You can click on the zoom indicator to quickly change the zoom percentage to one of the predefined zoom percentages: 12.5%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%, 200%, 300%, and 400%.
Using the Loupe
The Loupe enables you to zoom a part of the image while keeping the rest untouched. The Loupe can be activate by either pressing [Alt]+[Z] or by clicking the magnifying glass icon.
Once you activate the Loupe, IDimager will display the enlarged loupe over the image.
The Loupe can be sized by dragging on one of the handles at the frame of the loupe. Drag the Loupe over your image by using the left mouse button. As you replace the Loupe over the image, the Viewer will display that hover area of the image in the Loupe area. By default the Loupe displays the underlying image in a 100% zoom percentage but by using the + or - icon in the lower right corner of the Loupe you can either zoom the Loupe in or out. You can also use the mouse its scroll buttons while hovering over the Loupe are to zoom the Loupe in or out.
Click the x icon in the upper right corner of the Loupe to close it again or press [Alt]+[Z] again.