Paint Guide > Toon Boom Harmony 10.3 Paint User Guide > Chapter 3: Interface > Interface Navigation
Download Toon Boom DocumentationDownload Documentation

Interface Navigation

Toon Boom Harmony supports zoom in, zoom out, rotate, pan and reset view for easy interface navigation for the views.

Zoom In: Zooms into the view. From the top menu, select View > Zoom In , press [2], or roll the mouse wheel up. In the Timeline and Xsheet views, press [Ctrl] and roll the mouse wheel up.
Zoom Out: Zooms out of the view. From the top menu, select View > Zoom Out , press [1], or roll the mouse wheel down. In the Timeline and Xsheet views, press [Ctrl] and roll the mouse wheel down.
Zoom In and Out: Hold down [Spacebar] and the middle mouse button while dragging the mouse up or down.
Pan: Hold down the [Spacebar] and drag the mouse in the direction in which you want to pan the view.
Reset Pan: Resets the view’s pan to its default position. From the top menu, select View > Reset Pan or press [Shift] + [N].
Recenter view: Recenters the view on your mouse cursor or press [N].
Reset View: Resets the view to its default position. From the top menu, select View > Reset View or press [Shift] + [M].
Reset Rotation: Resets the view’s rotation to its default position. From the top menu, select View > Reset Rotation or press [Shift] + [X].
Reset Zoom: Resets the view’s zoom to its default position. From the top menu, select View > Reset Zoom.
Toggle Full Screen: Enlarges the selected view to full screen. The full screen process is done in three stages. From the top menu, select View > Toggle Full Screen or press [Ctrl] + [F] (Windows/Linux) or [⌘] + [F] (Mac OS X).
First, the selected view enlarges to the maximum width or height, but keeps the tool views such as Colour or Tool Properties view.
Second, the view enlarges to full screen.
Third, the view returns to its original size.
Rotate 90 CW: Rotates the Camera view 90 degrees clockwise, like an animation table. From the top menu, select View > Rotate View CW.
Rotate 90 CCW: Rotates the Camera view 90 degrees counter-clockwise, like an animation table. From the top menu, select View > Rotate View CCW.

Related Topics 

Zoom