You can zoom in and out of a model diagram. Zooming in makes the symbols bigger but shows less of a large diagram. Zooming out shows more of the diagram but makes the symbols smaller.
There are two methods for zooming:
In lots |
2x scaling: symbols are doubled in (linear) size. |
In a bit |
approx. 1.25x scaling: symbols are slightly bigger |
To selection | Scales and scrolls the diagram so the viewport fits around the selected nodes and submodels. This will not change the size or shape of the overall diagram. |
To fit |
Re-sizes the whole diagram so all components just fit the window. Note that this is according to the most constraining dimension, so the operation may add more whitespace to the overall diagram. Whitespace outside the viewport is trimmed from the diagram. |
Out a bit |
approx 0.8x scaling: symbols are slightly smaller. If the diagram shrinks below the size of the viewport, whitespace will be added around the edges. |
Out lots |
0.5x scaling: symbols are halved in (linear) size. If the diagram shrinks below the size of the viewport, whitespace will be added around the edges. |