Currently when ones zooms out in the Android voiwer, it goes on untill the document disppears completely. I think there should be some limit on how much one can zoom out like other Android applications do.
TESTING with F-droid 4.5-master (2f6bc9c) on Android 4.4.4
(In reply to Khaled Hosny from comment #0)
> Currently when ones zooms out in the Android voiwer, it goes on untill the
> document disppears completely. I think there should be some limit on how
> much one can zoom out like other Android applications do.
I just tested with a sample ODT, and I am stopped from zooming-in after a certain point, however I am not stopped from zooming-out...the page just gets smaller and smaller and smaller....
Personally, I don't see a big problem here. If someone has a really big document, infinite zoom-out might cover that use case well. Is there a speed hit or usability problem that would be rectified by limiting zoom?
Status -> NEEDINFO
No specific problem, it just seems pointless to zoom out indifinately and it gives a bit of an unfinished feeling to the application. No other application on Android seems to do this, even desktop version of LibreOffice does not allow zooming out below 20%.
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*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 96818 ***
*** Bug 96818 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
already fixed in the meantime, unfortunately with new bug 106368, thus marking this as dupe
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 106368 ***