The other buttons and their function will be described next.
Pan and Zoom
Find the Pan and Zoom Button on the toolbar:
Pan: Touch the screen (one finger) and move or ‘pan’ the view in all directions – this will pan only
(not zoom in and out).
Zoom: Use two fingers to ‘pinch’ (zoom in). Pinching ‘out’ will zoom out.
Pressing two fingers on the screen and dragging them in the same direction is another way of
‘panning’ the view.
Double tapping the screen in this mode will reset the view to the page size, (if you have selected
objects, then it will zoom into these objects). In ‘infinite whiteboard mode’ this will zoom so that all
objects are visible on the screen.
Swiping quickly either horizontally or vertically will scroll the view in the direction of the swipe by
the width or height of the screen. This is a really quick way of moving the screen when you get to the
end of a line. There is a switch in the App Settings to turn this feature on and off.
Restrict zoom-out to page: There is a new option to stop zoom-out going beyond the page size. This
is useful when working with pdf files especially. It has several beneficial effects:
You can quickly zoom back out to the whole page with a pinch gesture without worrying about
zooming out too far.
You can turn to the next page by dragging the edge of the current page left or right so that it passes
the centre of the screen. The next or previous page will slowly become visible; when it has become
totally opaque, this signifies that if you release from the screen then the next page will be shown.
You can turn this feature on and off in the main app settings (Interface section), and also in the tools
section in the side settings bar (see below).
Rotate and Zoom
The Rotate View Button allows you to rotate and zoom the view.