gubment_cheez Posted November 16, 2007 Share Posted November 16, 2007 hey, when zooming with the mouse (by holding the control key down and using the scroll wheel), it zooms in by 12%; however it zooms out by 10.71875% here's the zoom levels I got with PDN 0100 0112 0125 0140 0157 0176 0197 0220 0247 0276 0310 0346 0388 0434 0486 0545 0610 0683 0765 0857 0960 1074 1203 1348 1509 1690 1893 2120 2374 2659 2978 3200 1447 1621 1815 2033 2277 2551 2857 3200 0584 0654 0733 0821 0919 1030 1153 1292 0235 0264 0296 0331 0371 0416 0465 0521 0094 0106 0119 0133 0149 0167 0188 0210 I checked this with an Excel Spreadsheet, shown here, in case someone wants to verify my work. the function takes the previous number (in column 1-the zoom levels list, one row above the current) and adds or subtracts the percentage (in column 02, row 01 and row 33 respectively) to figure out what the current zoom level should be. I chose this method to detect any rounding error because that's what I originally thought the problem was C01 C02 R01 100 12 R02 112 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R03 125 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R04 140 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R05 157 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R06 176 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R07 197 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R08 220 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R09 247 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R10 276 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R11 310 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R12 346 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R13 388 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R14 434 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R15 486 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R16 545 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R17 610 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R18 683 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R19 765 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R20 857 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R21 960 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R22 1074 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R23 1203 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R24 1348 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R25 1509 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R26 1690 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R27 1893 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R28 2120 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R29 2374 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R30 2659 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R31 2978 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R32 3200 =R[-1]C1*(1+R1C%) R33 3200 10.71875 R34 2857 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R35 2551 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R36 2277 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R37 2033 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R38 1815 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R39 1621 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R40 1447 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R41 1292 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R42 1153 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R43 1030 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R44 919 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R45 821 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R46 733 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R47 654 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R48 584 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R49 521 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R50 465 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R51 416 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R52 371 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R53 331 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R54 296 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R55 264 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R56 235 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R57 210 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R58 188 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R59 167 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R60 149 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R61 133 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R62 119 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R63 106 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) R64 94 =R[-1]C1*(1-R33C%) and when PDN isn't at a square zoom level, it stretches some pixels, but not others, which paints a distorted image on the screen. Quote You know the place. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Rick Brewster Posted November 16, 2007 Share Posted November 16, 2007 Is there supposed to be a question, or are you just stating the facts as you see them ... ? Quote The Paint.NET Blog: https://blog.getpaint.net/ Donations are always appreciated! https://www.getpaint.net/donate.html Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

gubment_cheez Posted November 16, 2007 Author Share Posted November 16, 2007 oh, yeah. forgot the question. would it be possible to keep the zoom on solid numbers, like 100, 200, 300 400, 500, like the zoom tool/toolbar? Quote You know the place. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

david.atwell Posted November 16, 2007 Share Posted November 16, 2007 The zoom is a function of your personal mouse's click wheel. It's not something PdN makes up; Some people's scroll wheels scroll at 10%, some at 15%, some at 12%. Mine tends to scroll somewhere around 17%, but it's not constant. This has been asked before. Different mice have different sensitivities, and trying to adjust to fit everyone's would be close to impossible. Quote The Doctor: There was a goblin, or a trickster, or a warrior... A nameless, terrible thing, soaked in the blood of a billion galaxies. The most feared being in all the cosmos. And nothing could stop it, or hold it, or reason with it. One day it would just drop out of the sky and tear down your world.Amy: But how did it end up in there?The Doctor: You know fairy tales. A good wizard tricked it.River Song: I hate good wizards in fairy tales; they always turn out to be him. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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