Murals are big. They are like huge boards, canvases, or walls you collaborate on. Get comfortable zooming and scrolling (moving around) quickly.
If something is too small to read, zoom in to see the detail instead of making it larger.
To change your zoom and pan settings:
- Navigate to the lower right corner of your mural
- Underneath the mini-map, you'll see a Navigation bar
- Click there to switch your settings.
*Only Mac computers will have the option to switch to trackpad mode*
When you create your first mural, the default zoom is 100%. This means you are seeing the real size of each element you add.
- If you're using a trackpad on Firefox or Internet Explorer, you can zoom by holding 'ALT' and sliding two fingers up and down the trackpad.
- ...or, if you're using Google Chrome, you can pinch to zoom:
- If you're using a mouse, just use your scroll wheel to zoom in and out.
- When the zoom level changes, you'll see on the screen which zoom level you are currently seeing.
Zooming In or Out of a Specific Area
To zoom in on a particular part of the mural, hold Z + marquee select that area.
To zoom out, hold ALT + Z and click.
To scroll (move around) with the mouse, hold spacebar and click + drag the background.
Or, use two fingers on trackpad to scroll, like scrolling in a document or website.
FIT TO CONTENT
Fit the zoom level to the mural’s content by holding Command + 0 on a Mac (CTRL + 0 on a PC)
Now, you can quickly get anywhere you want on a mural, impressing your colleagues with your vast knowledge of shortcuts and navigation tools.
Bonus tip: see how MURAL's on Jim Kalbach uses navigation here on our blog: Know Your Scales in MURAL.