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  1. #1
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    Default Zoom Respone Image

    Hi, again

    What is the easiest and fastest way to show a symbol, but at a certain screen zoom level, change the symbol?

    I had thought about using the combined element, but I don't know how to set a variable related to screen zoom

    Many thanks in advance

    ER

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    Default AW: Zoom Respone Image

    Hi again
    have a look at worldview/overview help in the manual. You have to define ZoomSteps in the project properties (section grafics). Afterwards you can select for each an every element in a screen when it should be visible in the runtime (select element -> properties window -> Runtime -> Overview -> Visibility From/To)
    It is a little bit tricky to configure it so it fits your requests. I recommend you to do a little bit of testing until you understand how it works and find the best settings.
    You can do a lot of nice things with this "decluttering". For example you can create/define symbols that show more and more information the further you zoom in.

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    Daumen hoch Re: Zoom Respone Image

    Oh perfect! I thought that by using the worldview function, I was forced to implement zooming of screens with this function as well.
    Anyway I solved it, thanks a lot again.

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