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Hi this is sunny,
i have a form with 5 text boxes and 5
now i want to zoom in and zoom out the form. />actually i have no idea.
please tell me the solutions.

Hi this is sunny,
i have a form with 5 text boxes and 5
now i want to zoom in and zoom out the form. />actually i have no idea.
please tell me the solutions.

VB & VBnet
I think this is the only thing I miss from M$ at this point. My mouse
came with some software called inellipoint. It allowed me to click on
the 3rd mouse button (side of the mouse used my thumb) and pull up a
magnifier. Then holding it you could resize the magnifier window and
using the schroll wheel you could zoom in and out. Does anyone use a
similar utility in Ubuntu and do they like?

I finally made exactly what I want, but with "minor bug" I cant

This code sets initialized viewport as strictBounds with smooth
drag along edges (thanks to SO tip). There is custom zoom-in and
controled zoom-out directed to default(means center of the map at
minZoom) position.

Graphic issue occurs when cursor position on map doesn't change and
I do mouse scroll-in + mouse-out twice in a row. Instead of map zoom,
there is "bugged" image/canvas zoom - double size of markers and
enlarged map canvas bellow - all ofcourse blurred/rasterized. Once I
move with cursor, it redraws and shows properly. Any idea whats wrong?

var newLat, newLng,allowedBounds=0,boundLimits,
google.maps.event.addListener(map, 'bounds_changed',
function() {
if (allowedBounds==0) {
allowedBounds = map.getBounds();
/*protoze zobrazovane okno je male, rozsireni
oblasti pro infowindow - pri lepsim zoomu byt nemusi*/
boundLimits = {
maxLat : allowedBounds.getNorthEast().lat(),
maxLng : allowedBounds.getNorthEast().lng(),
minLat : allowedBounds.getSouthWest().lat(),
minLng : allowedBounds.getSouthWest().lng()
lastValidCenter = map.getCenter();
baseCenter = map.getCenter();
var center = map.getCenter();
var zoom = map.getZoom();
newLat = lastValidCenter.lat();
newLng = lastValidCenter.lng();
var a = map.getBounds().getNorthEast();
var b = map.getBounds().getSouthWest();
lastValidCenter = center;
else {
if(b.lng() > boundLimits.minLng &&
a.lng() < boundLimits.maxLng) newLng = center.lng();
if(b.lat() > boundLimits.minLat &&
a.lat() < boundLimits.maxLat) newLat = center.lat();
if (zoom<lastZoom) {
var scale=zoom-(baseZoom-1);
if (newLng>baseCenter.lng())
if (newLng<baseCenter.lng())
if (newLat>baseCenter.lat())
if (newLat<baseCenter.lat())
map.panTo(new google.maps.LatLng(newLat, newLng));
Web Development

hy...I'm building some website and when I zoom-in or
zoom-out(especially when I zoom-out) my website collapse. Does anyone
know some tutorial or notes about these rule where they explain that?
If you do please paste a link =)

thank you, and sory for my English

Greetings, from Slovenia!

Web Development

I am not able to have zoom in zoom out and scroll effect for my
image view in android.
have tried using different options available, but either it just gets
zoom or either get just a scroll for it but not both.

Web Development

How to set the radius for google map when zoom in and zoom out the
I am using javascript code with google APi. can anyone please help me
to clear this thing that how to set the radius and other thing is that
I have to make a radius filed into the database table same as latitude
and longitude???
this is my java script code..........

google.maps.event.addListener(map, 'zoom_changed',
function(e) {

var position = [];position.push(map.getCenter().lat());

var ne = map.getBounds().getNorthEast();
var sw = map.getBounds().getSouthWest();

var pos = [];


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