Steam Workshop :: Extra Zoom Levels
A very easy and basic mod that simply adds extra zoom levels to the options menu. You can select from between 1 and 10 zoom power instead of the default 2 to 4. The mod will be compatible with any mod that doesn't mess with zoom levels, so you don't have to worry about that.
Extra Zoom Levels | Chucklefish Forums
A very easy and basic mod that simply adds extra zoom levels to the options menu. You can select from between 1 and 10 zoom power instead of the default 2 to 4.
Adding an extra zoom levels in Leaflet Maps - Stack Overflow
Im using leaflet to create a photo map, with my own tiles, which works as expected. Im trying to work out how I can prevent the zoom from following this Quadtree type pattern: Zoom Level 0 - Enti...
RELEASED - Extra Zoom Levels | Page 2 | Chucklefish Forums
I have placed both the interface and ExtraZoomLevel.modinfo into a searate folder in the Mdod folder, and it now works fine. No doubt obvious to everyone else, but it took a while for me to realise it.
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The Vectis was one of my dream gun, bolt-action, feels mechanical, armor-piercing, looks cool, but it didnt take long for me to realize how big of an issue the zoom level is. Sure, the public generally favor the low zoom due to the close quarters nature of the game. But consider locations like th...
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Custom zoom percentage in Windows 7 Paint - Super User
The default zoom levels in Paint are 50%, 100%, 200%, etc. and sometimes the jump between percentages is too great for what I’m doing. I’m aware I can use the magnifier tool to sort-of set a zoom level, but it's a bit cumbersome and not all that flexible.