8. View Menuadd chapter
All functions marked with * can also be provided as toolbar icons.
8.1 Imageviewer Display Optionsadd section
*Adjust to width: Fit image to window width
*Adjust to height: Adjust image to window height
*Optimal adjustment: Adjust image optimally in the Viewer window
*Actual size: 1:1 view of the image
*Enlarge: Zoom into the image
*Reduce: Zoom out of the image
8.2 Navigation in a zoomed Image and zoom with mouseadd section
In BCS-2, you can use the mouse wheel to move around the current image, i.e. scroll. This means that the image is moved to the left/right or up/down to see other areas of the image when it is zoomed in. You can also zoom in and out of the image.
Turning the scroll wheel of the mouse causes the image to scroll vertically. If the SHIFT key is held down, the image scrolls horizontally.
If an image area is enlarged using the function Actual size: 1:1 view of the image, the image position can also be changed using the sliders to the right and below the viewer.
No sliders are displayed when enlarging an image section using the Zoom In/Out or Zoom Out Area functions (Image context menu). In these cases, the position in the image can be changed either with the mouse wheel (see above) or with the Drag and Move function (Image context menu).
18.104.22.168 Zooming (enlarge/reduce view)
Besides the function icons for zoom in/out, the mouse wheel can also be used to zoom in/out. To do so, hold down the CTRL key and move the mouse wheel. Depending on the direction of movement of the scroll wheel, the image is enlarged or reduced.
8.3 Vieweradd section
*An image view: A viewer with an image is displayed
*Two image view: Two viewers with one image each are displayed side by side
8.4 Thumbnailsadd section
No job overview: No preview images are displayed on the left side of the interface.
Job overview: 1 Preview image: In the preview image bar, the images are displayed one below the other.
Job overview: 2 thumbnails: In the thumbnail bar two thumbnails are displayed side by side.
8.5 BCS-2 Surfaceadd section
*Toggle full screen mode: The user interface is maximized and the menu bars are hidden. The full screen mode must be ended again with CTRL F.
8.6 Mouse Actionsadd section
8.6.1 White areas
*Switch to Delete inside: The content of the selected area is colored white, the area is first inserted into the clipboard, it can now be inserted into the job as a new image or transferred to another document.
*Toggle delete outside: The area outside of the area marked it is colored white.
8.6.2 Highlight areas
*Switch several areas: Several areas can be marked on the image by creating tiles. The sequence of the areas is indicated by a numbering in the created tile. For each area an additional context menu with options is available, as well as batch options which can be accessed via the Job menu and are explained in the corresponding chapter.
8.6.3 Split lines
*Toggle vertical split line: A vertical split line is displayed in the image, which can be positioned as required. You can split the pages using Enter or the Split Image Vertically function from the Image menu (or context menu).
*Toggle vertical split line with waistband: Two vertical split lines are displayed in the image, which can be positioned as required. You can split the pages using Enter or the Split Image Vertically function from the Image menu (or context menu). Depending on whether the red split line is to the left or right of the blue line, the area between the lines is cut away or added to both new images.
- The middle section is cut away: For the combinations red line on the left side of the area, blue line on the right side of the area, the area between the lines (turquoise background area) is removed when splitting.
- Add middle area to both new images (overlapping): For the combinations red line on the right side of the area, blue line on the left side, the area between the lines is added to both resulting images when the area is split.
*Toggle horizontal split line: A horizontal split line is displayed in the image. You can use Enter or the Split Image Horizontally function in the Image menu (or context menu) to split the pages.
8.7 Set Font Sizeadd section
BCS-2 automatically tries to adjust the display of fonts and dialogs to the best possible appearance when the program is started. Depending on the screen resolution, the font display may nevertheless be very small. In these cases, the user can increase or reset the font size using the corresponding menu item under View.
- Set normal font size
- Font size increased by 50% in height
- Increase font size by 100%.
- Increase font size by 200%.