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[magnifiers] ZoomPower 1.1 beta now includes full screen magnification reading mode

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  • Peter Verhoeven
    Dear list members, Dave Eisler has released ZoomPower 1.1 beta. This beta version includes two major improvements: - In the previous version there were two
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 22, 2000
      Dear list members,

      Dave Eisler has released ZoomPower 1.1 beta.
      This beta version includes two major improvements:

      - In the previous version there were two magniefied viewers on the screen.
      Some of you sat this as one magnified view with a "stange hole" in it. In
      this version there is only one viewer around your mouse cursor that always
      as large as possible.

      - ZoomPower now has a full screen magnification reading mode. After
      starting ZoomPower you can press the CONTROL+SHIFT keys to get a full
      screen magnified view. You can look around by moving your mouse or by
      pressing hotkeys on your keyboard. In this mode it is NOT possible to input
      text in your word processor or fill out a form.
      If you click or double click on a object in full screen magnification mode,
      like a hyperlink, button or icon, the full screen magnification automaticly
      turns to partial magnification and execute your action like opening the
      hyperlink you clicked or starting the program you double clicked on. You
      can simply turn back to full screen magnification by pressing CONTROL+SHIFT
      keys again.

      ZoomPower is the best screen magnifier utility for Windows 95/98 in the
      area of freeware and shareware at this moment.
      It does not offer features like tracking, font smoothing, automatic reading
      etc. as professional screen magnifiers offer, but it is a good alternative
      for those who have not the money to buy an expensive professional screen
      magnifier and for a lot of people ZoomPower will offer enough features.

      ZoomPower runs on Windows 95/98. In all display resolutions and color
      depth. It is independent of video drivers and it offers a flexible
      magnification level.

      If you are interested in screen magnification, please try out this program
      and send your comments and suggestions for improvements to Dave Eisler
      e-mail zoomtools@....

      For more information about ZoomPower and a free 30 days trial version of
      ZoomPower 1.1 Beta visit The Screen Magnifiers Homepage at:

      http://www.magnifiers.org
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