SUGGESTION: Pinch to Zoom/Zoom-Out feature for Logos iOS and MacOS

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Mario Moses Camacho | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Jun 4 2020 6:48 AM

Suggestion! (and Blessings :D )

Is it possible to add a zoom in and zoom out feature with Mac and iOS app by adding functionality for the pinch to zoom, like on an iPad or on the trackpad of a Mac? Because sometimes when changing size, (I know it's one less step) but it would be more convenient (already on top of how convenient and smooth Logos for Apple is, thank you again developers and teams!) to instead of going into the settings for each book, and then change the font size, but rather allow the zoom in/out pinch feature Apple software and devices have and connect that to the logos font changing mechanism. 

That'd be sooooo appreciated!!

God bless :))

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Ben | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jun 4 2020 9:21 AM

YES PLEASE! I do this all the time with other things, and instinctively attempt it with Logos, only to go ".... oh yeah, it doesn't work."

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Denise | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jun 4 2020 10:25 AM

Mario Moses Camacho:
Because sometimes when changing size, (I know it's one less step ... )

More like 4 steps. Click on the text, click on the menu icon (carefully remembering which one), and then scanning the choices to find the 'A', then fudging the slider in hopes you can get the correct size.

My fingers aren't terribly big, but on a mini, it's guesswork as to font size shifting (finger covers the majority of size-markers). I'd hate to think about the iPhone'ers.

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MWW | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jun 4 2020 7:02 PM

Denise:
More like 4 steps. Click on the text, click on the menu icon (carefully remembering which one), and then scanning the choices

I find myself mostly reading library books on the mobile app and not utilizing available features because they are buried in menus with too many steps involved to access. I find that the menu bar and tab bar are under utilized with lots of unused real estate and why are there not both backward and forward arrows - only a back arrow? Also there should be a search magnifying glass on the menu bar that pulls up a small search window on top of the main screen.

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