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- → (Ctrl+N)
Opens a new KMagnifier window.
- → (Ctrl+S)
Saves the zoomed view to an image file.
- → (Ctrl+P)
Prints the current zoomed view.
- → (Ctrl+Q)
Quits the application
- → (Ctrl+C)
Copy the current zoomed view to the clipboard which you can paste in other applications.
- → (F5)
Start/Stop updating of the display. Stopping the update will zero the processing power required (CPU usage)
Select the zoom factor.
- → (Ctrl+-)
Click on this button to zoom-out on the selected region.
- → (Ctrl++)
Click on this button to zoom-in on the selected region.
Select the rotation degree (, , , .
Select the refresh rate (, , , , ). The higher the rate, the more computing power (CPU) will be needed.
Select different color vision deficiencies to simulate color blindness. This is not useful for people with color blindness, but good for designing accessible interfaces.
- → (F2)
In this mode the area around the mouse cursor is shown in a normal window.
- → (F3)
In this mode a selection window is opened. The selected area is shown in a normal window.
- → (F4)
In this mode the whole screen is magnified in the zoom window.
- → (F6)
Show or hide the mouse cursor in the magnified image.
- → (F7)
The KMagnifier window stays on top of other windows.