Zoom<10kB. Updated 2013-06-10. Only supports Anki 2.0.x.
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(if you want to zoom images I think you'll find this useful https://www.reddit.com/r/medicalschoolanki/comments/dqxbyu/how_to_zoomin_on_a_field_via_card_template_anki/)
For the text it's not bad as I can zoom in thanks to the addon. But the buttons on top and bottom stay tiny.
Would ne nice if the addon would respect the UI scaling factor set by the OS.
In def reset_zoom(state=None, *args):, comment out the following lines with #:
if 'review' == state:
standard_zoom = review_standard_zoom
This is really helpful, but there are a few improvements needed.
- The zoom isn't remembered if you close and re-open Anki.
- The zoom isn't remembered if you go into and out of the same deck, or into another deck.
- it breaks as soon as you try to edit a card. It won't zoom the edit window contents, and after exiting that window the main window zoom reverts back to what it was before, so you have to re-zoom.
It is a really useful plugin, but it's annoying to have to re-apply the zooming all the time...
For zooming text it is 5 stars.
But zooming images is an essential features which many users have commented on.
Please incorporate zooming images to this add-on.
Thank you so far for your work.
Thank you so much!!! This is freakin awesome! Exactly what I was looking for.
Otherwise it is great.
Great for laptops displaying asian languages. No more eye strain! ;)
One of the best add ons I've seen yet!!! Thank you so much!!!
Thanks man, using Anki on a laptop can be hard on the eyes as the text is too small. I don't usually review stuff but I just had to say a massive thanks to you for this. Thanks again!!!
With the desktop client, I can now use Ctrl +/- to make the text of Chinese characters bigger/smaller.
Thank you for this great add-on ;-)
But will be useful for those who want a bigger font. I want to thank the uploader for the effort, anyways.
Only makes typed fonts bigger. Doesn't 'zoom' in on images.
it's doesn't zoom in, it just makes the font a bigger size.
not what i was looking for. i can use a bigger font if i want without an addon.
Zooms, unzooms, lets you set a standard zoom level. It's pretty cool.
hey......about this addon......I cann't help appreciating you.....after using this......I don't need to adjust the font size for meeting different resolution monitor any more......many thanks.........
Simple and to the points. Just what I needed!
i'm using occupying image addon and this add on dose not zoom images just the image scrolls down
Your text is too small? That's the add-on for you :D My Ankilayout is perfect now!
The add-on does what is says and does it well.
Hopefully this feature will be part of Anki in the future.
One minor annoyance: The zoom will reset if you suspend/delete a card. To change this behaviour you can comment the following line out by prepending a '#':
Don't know why the default font size is so big in Anki.
This should be a built-in feature.
Fonts looked too small to read comfortably on my Surface Pro 3 (SP3). Installing this made it easy to read my flashcards! Thank you to the developer.
I'm so glad I thought to look if someone wrote an add on for this function. No idea why it's not just built in.
On the surface pro 3 anki displays very small text, in order for me to study my chinese cards I had to struggle to see the cards clearly. This add-on is just the right medicine to my delimma
Thanks a lot for this! :-)
@other users: You don't have to zoom in every time. The zoom level can be saved.
Go to: Tools → Add-ons → Zoom → Edit...
each to for example 2.5 then save the changes and restart Anki.
This is what that other mess of an add-on should've been.