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This patch add "Text Zoom" to the Preference menu, that
allow users to Increase/Decrease text size of a
document's editor window, without going through the
Text Fonts dialogs.
The easier way will be to just press Ctrl++ or Ctrl+-.
patch v1.0: original release
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BTW, the resource 'nedit.autoResizeWindow' now decides if
the shell window should be resized the text font, or the
line numbers display setting, has been changed. The default
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I like this feature - it allows to quickly zoom some
text e.g. for presentation to other users looking on
I just wonder, why the font chosen out of the list of
available fonts is modified after selection. Wouldn't
it be better to use the font entry unmodified to keep
height / width relationship of the font ?
Currently only height of font seems to be changed,
which looks strange on my linux or solaris box.
If i remove the adaption at the end of "GetZoomFont"
then i got a more "smooth" display of the text.
As mentioned inside the header comment of function
"GetZoomFont" the font list returned by XListFonts is
not always sorted by font size. So its likely that not
the nearest larger / smaller font is selected. This
defect could be easily solved. If you are interested,
then i can provide you an adapted version of
"GetZoomFont" solving this issue by mail.
If you mean to copy the font entry, which gets rid of the
wildcards, I would disagree. The goal is to preserve the
fontname in its original spec but only change its sizes.
I do notice a bug in my patch, which update both size
fields. It should only update the one specified
(non-wildcarded) in the original fontnames.
Natural, enhancement is always welcome.