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Old 12-27-2009, 09:28 AM   #6
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That was easy. Thanks. A little playing reveals the cause - why have you linked CTRL-home and CTRL-end to that zoom control? Every other editor on Windows maps those to start/end of document.
No, I didn't. CTRL-Home and CTRL-End do exactly what you say they should do: start/end of document.

CTRL-(plus) and CTRL-(minus) on the other hand, zoom in and out. Standard keyboard shortcuts for zoom controls.

Open the View menu and you'll see them written next to the command name.

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And what's the "100% view" shortcut?
Actually that's a pretty good idea.

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Um, the "import" function... where is that? I know it's mentioned in the FAQ as well as here, but there doesn't seem to be a menu item or toolbar button labelled "import". Do you mean dropping a file into the program, as it seems to accept epub files (doesn't display them or include them that I can see, but the document gets marked as changed)?
"Import" means open a document. So just go to File->Open and open an HTML file.

Last edited by Valloric; 12-27-2009 at 09:55 AM. Reason: typo
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