Ability to lock screen
kkelley 13 years ago • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 13 years ago • 6
The dynamic zoom is great, but you can't scroll the screen without it flying all over the place. The ability to lock the screen at a specific zoom level is needed.
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This is less about the the zoom feature it self, but rather a side-effect of having the zoom at all. The only time it is not an issue is when the file is zoomed out such that the entire width fits on the screen (when there are grey "margins" to either side).
I just had a look at the UIScrollView documentation. There is a property named "directionalLockEnabled":
"If this property is YES and the user begins dragging in one general direction (horizontally or vertically), the scroll view disables scrolling in the other direction. If the drag direction is diagonal, then scrolling will not be locked and the user can drag in any direction until the drag completes. The default value is NO"
I guess setting this to YES this would solve your issue, right? I'll test it and probably enable it for the next version.
The width of the text would always be less than (or equal to) the view width of the editor and so it wouldn't scroll sideways.