Reset Zoom

I can manipulate zoom using Command+Click Command+Plus/Minus (on MacOS, presumably Ctrl+Click Ctrl+Plus/Minus on other platforms), but it’s unclear what my zoom percentage is at the various states, and I don’t see a clear way of reverting to default zoom.

The UI “zooms” or scales perfectly, but it would make sense to be able to revert back, maybe via the command (Command+P) menu.

EDIT: Typoed my commands to reflect command+click, should have been command+plus/minus

Control/Cmd + 0 resets Zoom

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Didn’t know about that, never seen command click as a default setting on the Mac. You have the system-wide control-swipe up and control-swipe down setting in the accessibility settings but that controls the whole screen. Still handy if you need to focus on small elements.

Is command = , command - and command 0 suitable, I use this a lot when I zoom in and out?

Ah, perfect thank you. I knew that and forgot about it!

I still think having an idea as to what zoom level the user is at, and the ability within the application UI to zoom in/out/reset, and/or have the keybindings identified, would be useful.

Didn’t know about that, never seen command click as a default setting on the Mac.

You’re absolutely right, I typoed. I’ve corrected!

Control + 0 doesn’t do anything on Windows. This really should be a command too.