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PowerKiKi2
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Registered: ‎11-15-2005
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Re: How to detect zoom

01-21-2009 05:48 AM in reply to: dubinskyv
Your simplified solution is not correct. As I suggested in a previous post there is a problem when the area displayed to the end-user is not a square. That is almost always the case. That would usually be a wide rectangle. (I actually use this approximation as a temporary workaround)

But the code you provide may be the answer. I don't have time to try it now, but I assume vprt.Height and vprt.Width would be enough to know the get the real size displayed to the end-user.
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PowerKiKi2
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Re: How to detect zoom

01-21-2009 05:53 AM in reply to: dubinskyv
What if the wheel function is assigned to another button/keys in AutoCAD configuration ? (Is it even possible to change that ?)
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bobbydehero
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Re: How to detect zoom

01-21-2009 09:25 AM in reply to: dubinskyv
It works perfectly and good enough for me to determine whether a zoom has occured from a saved state, which was the original posted issue - a couple of years back :smileyhappy:
Hope you can make use of my sample code anyway.
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