Painter X - working with two levels of zoom possible *solved*

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    Painter X - working with two levels of zoom possible *solved*

    Hi, is it possible to have two windows open for the same drawing - one at say 50% zoom and the other at 200% zoom? That way I can work on the details of the caricature (in the 200% window) while maintaining likeness (by carefully watching the 50% window).

    An example of a program that does this is graphics gale.

    Is it possible for Painter X?

    Last edited by sharprm; July 20th, 2009 at 11:21 PM. Reason: change title
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    No, sadly.
    You can do it in photoshop, but not in painter

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    No exactly no. But Jinny Brown has suggested a workaround here that may help you, or at least maybe better than nothing.

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    Hey thanks fes. I've had a quick play around with it and it seems that method works great!

    Though in OS-X, the shortcut for switching windows is 'command' + '~' not 'command'+'tab'.

    Case closed.

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