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From: "Beth Gay" <>
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] Media-viewing image
Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2003 21:01:02 -0500
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Thanks for that information. I need to go back to my scanning program and
enlarge the image from there. I cannot read it as it is presently displayed.
This may already be in the works; but when you publish the manual for GenBox
could you include some graphics as well as text? I find it easier to
understand with both.
You are wonderful to personally respond, thanks again.
----- Original Message -----
From: "William T. Flight" <>
> Hi Beth,
> It's no longer a magnifying glass; the help file apparently needs to be
> updated on that detail. Now the icon varies according to the media type:
> pictures, it is the standard "cactus and sun" icon; for audio files, an
> for video files, a film strip. This is the "play" button; for pictures,
> means show the image at its true pixel size or as large as possible in the
> Show Media Dialog. If the image is tiny to begin with, its true pixel size
> may not be any larger than the original viewing size. The play button is
> hidden when no media is present.
> -- Bill
> William T. Flight
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Beth Gay" <>
> > Hello Wim and list,
> > I guess it could be that a can't see the forest for the trees; but
> > to the help file there is supposed to be a magnifying glass under my
> > picture for me to click on to enlarge the image and doggone if I can
> > it. This is on the media view and also on the source page.
> > Beth
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "wim prange" <>
> > > Hi Beth,
> > >
> > > You could use the Media Preview-button, you'll see it when you've
> > a
> > > mediafile (one is behind the format-field on the general page of Media
> > > View). You can maximize this view, including the picture.
> > > I haven't seen a zoom-function so you might need another program to
> > in
> > > for more detail. You could use Windows own paintprogram for that. An
> > > excellent, and small, freeware program for graphics is Irfanview
> > > (http://www.irfanview.com). It's great for viewing and occasionally
> > > converting images.
> > >
> > > Gr. Wim
> > >
> > >
> > > > -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> > > > Van: Beth Gay [mailto:]
> > > > Thanks Wim,
> > > > Broken link was the problem; but now that I have my image it is
> > > > too small to
> > > > read. How do I enlarge the image or zoom in? Format is Bitmap.
> > > > Beth