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10.4: Un-zoom via a keyboard shortcut
Authored by: apprehensive on Nov 13, '06 11:08:13AM

From the Keyboard shortcuts screen, branch down the Universal Access portion, then branch down the Zoom section. The item called "Zoom Out" is what you want to set. click on the shortcut that is already there to highlight it and then press the combination that you want. Hopefully this helps and sorry for not being more precise in my first post.
Cheers. ;)

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10.4: Un-zoom via a keyboard shortcut
Authored by: chally on Nov 13, '06 11:18:03AM
Okay, thanks. That's the confusion. After reading your post, I thought there was a "quick" zoom out I somehow missed (rather than the feature that's currently referenced by command-option-'-'.) In Panther, one used to be able to cause a "quick" zoom out by doing cmd-option-8 (which also turned off zoom, and you could press it again to turn zoom back on.) Someone actually alleged you could do that, but I think he still uses Panther. Oddly, in Tiger, that function seems to turn off the zoom keys and leaves your screen zoomed!

Anyway, thanks for the followup.

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