Feature request: Automatically resize PDFs

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AsafKeller
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Feature request: Automatically resize PDFs

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The option to automatically display PDFs, and other attachments, to fill the Attachment pane would be welcome.

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Re: Feature request: Automatically resize PDFs

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It's there for PDFs, available in both the Action popup in the PDF view toolbar or via a right-ciick on the PDF.

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Re: Feature request: Automatically resize PDFs

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Apologies for not being clear: The request is for this to be a default, not a selection.

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Re: Feature request: Automatically resize PDFs

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If you change it via the Action popup it becomes the default.

p. 9 of the User Guide

Manipulating the PDF View

Automatically Resize

The PDF will fill the viewing space and will adjust accordingly if that is changed. Unchecking this will display the PDF at its the actual size. This setting is remembered between launches and will be used when the same or a new PDF is displayed. If you want to toggle between the actual and the resized display without setting that as the default, right-click on the PDF and select "Automatically Resize" or "Actual Size" from the hierarchical menu.

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Re: Feature request: Automatically resize PDFs

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It seems that Annotation View has to be off for the autoresize default to apply?

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Re: Feature request: Automatically resize PDFs

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No, it does not. Please explain what you mean.

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