Shortcuts for zooming aren't shown under view-menu

  • Problem
  • Updated 2 years ago
  • Solved
Archived

This conversation was archived and is no longer visible to community members.

Zoom in: Ctrl + +
Zoom out: Ctrl + -
Zoom to fit: Ctrl + 0 (for some reason. In webbrowsers it's the Mockups-equivalent of "Actual size")

And: Can't find the Actual size-shortcut by guessing. (I use the application offline quite a bit. Made finding the way to make symbols a sad one)

Ubuntu 11.10
awesome wm
14.0" 1600*900
Version: 2.1.15 - 04/03/2012 07:29 (Air)
Adobe AIR Player Version: LNX 10,2,159,1

Inquire for further information :)

Jonta

  • 20 Posts
  • 0 Likes

Posted 2 years ago

  • 1

Ben Norris, Official Rep

  • 2097 Posts
  • 86 Likes
Jonta, I am on a Mac right now, so it might be a tiny bit different. I am working on getting a virtual image of Ubuntu 11.10 so I can reproduce your same environment.

But for now, the keyboard shortcut is CTRL+1 for actual size.

I do see what you are seeing with the keyboard shortcuts not showing up in myBalsamiq. As a side note, they do show up in Mockups for Desktop. Also, here is a nice cheat sheet with all of the keyboard shortcuts for your reference:

http://support.balsamiq.com/customer/...

Ben Norris, Official Rep

  • 2097 Posts
  • 86 Likes
Jonta, I was able to get Ubuntu 11.10 set up and saw that even in the desktop version, the keyboard shortcuts do not show up in the View menu. I will log that as a bug with the devs and hopefully we can get it addressed. Thanks!

Ben Norris, Official Rep

  • 2097 Posts
  • 86 Likes
One more thing... I was looking through your original message again and saw a sad reference to symbols. Were you able to get things set up? Here are a few links to get you on your way.

http://support.balsamiq.com/customer/...
http://support.balsamiq.com/customer/...
http://support.balsamiq.com/customer/...

Florian Brauer, EMPLOYEE

  • 356 Posts
  • 22 Likes
Hello Jonta,

This is solved in the prerelease version 999.381 and will be shipped with the 2.2 release.

Linux used to use a different menu which meant that we had to maintain two classes and missed in this case one. I did some research and now Linux, Windows and Mac use the same menu.

You can test the prerelease here:
http://www.balsamiq.com/products/mock...

Greetings Florian

Florian Brauer, EMPLOYEE

  • 356 Posts
  • 22 Likes
Hello Jonta,

The 2.2.1 release is now released. It includes the fix you requested.

Check it out ;)
http://blogs.balsamiq.com/product/201...

Greetings Florian