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question About zoom in and zoom out

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Jul 27, 2019

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first,I am sorry for awkward English.I wrote it with the help of a translator.

Hello I am a new user who wants to make simple animations with anime cc.

My question is how to zoom in or out  navigate canvas.

I set up a shortcut  [ view- zoom in  and view -zoom out] for  navigate canvas

There is no problem here.

The problem is to designate a group and go into it.

Enter the group and zoom in. Zoom in on the top left of the canvas.

CMd + mouse wheel normally runs zoom in out through the center of the cursor.

But I'm a tablet mouse user.

I can work on it, but it's quite stuffy.

  

Can't help it? Thank you.

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Correct answer by kglad | Adobe Community Professional

with the zoom tool selected, draw a rectangle (with the mouse, ie press drag from the rectangle's upper left and release at the lower right) of the region you want zoomed in.

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question About zoom in and zoom out

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Jul 27, 2019

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first,I am sorry for awkward English.I wrote it with the help of a translator.

Hello I am a new user who wants to make simple animations with anime cc.

My question is how to zoom in or out  navigate canvas.

I set up a shortcut  [ view- zoom in  and view -zoom out] for  navigate canvas

There is no problem here.

The problem is to designate a group and go into it.

Enter the group and zoom in. Zoom in on the top left of the canvas.

CMd + mouse wheel normally runs zoom in out through the center of the cursor.

But I'm a tablet mouse user.

I can work on it, but it's quite stuffy.

  

Can't help it? Thank you.

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by kglad | Adobe Community Professional

with the zoom tool selected, draw a rectangle (with the mouse, ie press drag from the rectangle's upper left and release at the lower right) of the region you want zoomed in.

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with the zoom tool selected, draw a rectangle (with the mouse, ie press drag from the rectangle's upper left and release at the lower right) of the region you want zoomed in.

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