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Hey guys, I was reading the FAQ/frequently requested features and stuff looking for this functionality. It says this:

 

Scrolling past the edge of the canvas when zoomed in -- Right now when you zoom in on the image, you can only scroll to the edge of the image. It can be inconvenient because then you have no space between the image and the scroll bars. Implementing this is dependent on some other "plumbing" work that should be done for the image canvas' rendering, and this will be taken into account when that work is being done. No ETA though, but hopefully in v4.0. Update: The canvas in 4.0 has been completely rewritten, and it is now possible for me to implement this.

 

"it is now possible for me to implement this." The post doesn't seem to be updated all that frequently (judging by comments), and I don't seem to be able to just do this, so I was curious if it was a hidden feature somewhere or something.

 

Thanks!

Indy

 

Edit: Fixed some formatting

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This has not yet been implemented. As the FAQ said, "Right now when you zoom in on the image, you can only scroll to the edge of the image."

It is now possible to implement; Rick just hasn't gotten to that yet

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Also came looking for information on this. As of my post, 2016-02-08, there is no longer an entry in the FAQ about this: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/399-frequently-asked-questions-faq/

 

I figure this is worth a bump almost 1 year later. This would be a  great feature to have!

 

 

EDIT: Found it in a different thread named "Popular Feature Requests" http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/2940-popular-feature-requests/

 

 

 

Scrolling past the edge of the canvas when zoomed in -- Right now when you zoom in on the image, you can only scroll to the edge of the image. It can be inconvenient because then you have no space between the image and the scroll bars. Implementing this is dependent on some other "plumbing" work that should be done for the image canvas' rendering, and this will be taken into account when that work is being done. No ETA though, but hopefully in v4.0.
Update: The canvas in 4.0 has been completely rewritten, and it is now possible for me to implement this.
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It's actually in...

 

I must have edited my post just after you loaded this page. I have corrected my mistake.

 

 

Yeah, I also hope he is feeling generous! I'm so used to zooming in, then panning past the edges. I'm constantly moving my floating tools around once I hit the edge they're on.

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Rick has been working on this. Patience ;)

Thread is over a year old. Let's close this. If you want to kick off the subject anew - please start a new thread.

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If you want to kick off the subject anew - please start a new thread. 

But please don't do so unless you have something new to add.  We all want it, and it's coming.  If you want to start another thread that doesn't boil down to one of those two things, go for it.  Otherwise, just wait patiently.  :-)

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