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Is it possible somehow to 'zoom' the display of an OmniOutliner document?

Basically I want the entire document displayed very large on the screen without having to amp up the font sizes.

Originally Posted by losolivos View Post
Is it possible somehow to 'zoom' the display of an OmniOutliner document?
If you search for the word Zoom on this forum you will quickly discover that this is one of the most frequently asked questions, and one of the most popular new feature requests.


Last edited by RobTrew; 2009-11-17 at 01:32 AM..
In the meantime, you could use the system accessibility setting: Opt-Cmd-8 to turn zoom on and off; Then Opt-Cmd= to zoom in; Opt-Cmd– to zoom out.
Back in July 2006, I asked about zooming in OmniOutliner and was told it was planned for OO v.4. That's a loooong time coming.

It seems to be a perpetual request, but so far none of the betas seem to introduce that and we seem to be getting close to OO4. Is there any word whether this is still planned for 4 or not?

The betas that you've been seeing are not betas for OO4.

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