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peter_mclean@dodo.com.au
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Be able to close services panel in landscape mode

Postby peter_mclean@dodo.com.au » Sat Aug 03, 2013 5:12 pm

I often wish to see a clearer and zoomed view of the text in the cmdlets, aliases and about help views since I am ageing and my eyesight is not as good as it used to be. I find that when in portrait view with the services panel closed, I can zoom the text, except for in the about help view, which helps a lot. However I can not zoom to a size that encapsulates all text and a size that I can comfortably read. Therefore is it possible to allow the services panel to be closed when in landscape mode? This will allow me to zoom to a size that encapsulates all text and a size that is comfortable to read. Once again this is not meant to be a criticism, bit rather a suggestion for product improvement. PS the services panel automatically closes when I switch from landscape to portrait and can be reopened by hitting the services button. The same behaviour is not available in landscape mode, ie there is no button available in landscape mode to close the services panel.
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Ferdinand Rios
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Re: Be able to close services panel in landscape mode

Postby Ferdinand Rios » Mon Aug 05, 2013 8:16 am

I understand what you are saying. We are implementing a number of new features for the next version which will address some of these concerns.

Unfortunately, there is no way in the current release to close the services panel in landscape mode.
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