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Misplaced zoomed images in tools


Ken Simpson
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Hi, using iAcc when I see an image in a tool, and I double tap it to show it in the screen all is well, but then if I tap it again once in the screen it jumps to the right and down (seems to be varying amounts depending on the image.

 

Here are a few examples using my iPad A2 128Gb 4g

 

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Hi Ken,

 

Just tried some images in the Holman Charts module and get the same result i.e. after a second double tap the image doesn't seem to expand rather it moves in an unexpected way. 

 

I did find pinching with two fingers to either zoom in or zoom out seemed to reset the image.

 

Michael

 

P.S. Just tried the pinch zoom rest with images from ZIBBCOT and it also worked with most images. The only one that I tried that I had a problem with was the image of Rameses cartouche in the section on Exodus 2:1-10. I only tried a half dozen or so images so nothing conclusive there.

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Interesting

Tried it in sacred bridge, cultural images, zondervan atlas and esv study bible notes (with new improved illustration list!!!!!!!!)

 

I single tap to make image full screen and single tap and get the return to app. Its behaving perfectly for me

 

Tried both portrait and landscape

 

Screen shots now too big to load ;o(

 

Ipad pro 9.7 256 (blame Rick)

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Hey Ken, 

 

I was able to reproduce this behavior and I'll add it to our todo list to investigate it and make changes in a future release. 

 

Thanks,

 

Chris

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Thanks Chris! Appreciate the response.

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Thanks Chris! Appreciate the response.

 

 

You're welcome!

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Ipad pro 9.7 256 (blame Rick)

 

I blame Rick for most things #itsallricksfault

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