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Stretch to Zoom Please 5 years 9 months ago #20080

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Anyway you could have 2 page splashes fit to zoom?
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Re: Stretch to Zoom Please 5 years 9 months ago #20084

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Double page spreads are only fit in landscape mode.
It does not really make sense to do it in portrait on a mobile device.

You can simple turn the device or turn autorotate.
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Re: Stretch to Zoom Please 5 years 9 months ago #20085

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cYo wrote:
Double page spreads are only fit in landscape mode.
It does not really make sense to do it in portrait on a mobile device.

You can simple turn the device or turn autorotate.

I'm thinking for tablets. My ASUS Transformer. If I could have 2-Page Spreads Fit the entire screen, that would be epic.
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Re: Stretch to Zoom Please 5 years 9 months ago #20086

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It does, you have to hold it in landscape and either switch to "fit width" or "fit all"

Landscape and Portrait have different settings.
You can even go one step further and turn on "Fit Width/Fit All" and "Double Page" when holding in landscape and have a almost paper like comic feeling :)
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Re: Stretch to Zoom Please 5 years 9 months ago #20123

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I can't manage to change the fit mode, do the fit modes only work with the paid version?
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Re: Stretch to Zoom Please 5 years 9 months ago #20126

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No.
It is explained in the manual (the fitting button, double page button is in the top toolbar).
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Re: Stretch to Zoom Please 5 years 9 months ago #20129

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I tried to change the fit mode with the box in the top toolbar which shows empty, vertical arrows, horizontal arrows and vertical and horizontal arrows together, but the comic displays the same way, it seems to make no effect changing that button in the top toolbar.
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Re: Stretch to Zoom Please 5 years 9 months ago #20130

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Same here. I only hold the tablet in Portrait mode for 2 page spreads. But I either have to thumb down the page or have it "Fit" which makes it difficult to read without zooming.
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Re: Stretch to Zoom Please 5 years 9 months ago #20135

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After some more testing, the fit mode seems to only work for double pages, but then it also gets applied to single pages, but if I try to change it in a single page it doesn't work.
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Re: Stretch to Zoom Please 5 years 9 months ago #20137

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Like I said, zoom to fit in portrait only works for single pages. This is per design. Double spreads are split in half and fitted.

It makes no sense to make a fit width/all of a double spread in portrait mode. This would lead to a poor usage of the display space. We are talking about a handheld device here where you can simply rotate 90 degrees and see the full spread (or turn auto rotate on).
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