View

 

Normal screen view

 

Center image if it is smaller than window If set, PMView will draw an image that's smaller than its window in the center of the window. If not set, PMView will draw the image in the upper left corner.

 

Zoom image to fit window If enabled, PMView will automatically zoom the image according to the rules set below. If disabled, zooming will not take place and the image is presented at its actual size. When viewing images in normal screen view (i.e. not full screen), this setting is also accessible in the View menu under the name Zoom to Fit.

 

Zoom image if it is larger than window This setting makes PMView automatically zoom out (shrink) an image that is too large to fit the window.

Zoom image if it is smaller than window This setting makes PMView automatically zoom in (enlarge) an image that is too small to fit the window

Always zoom image to fit window This setting makes PMView always zoom the image to fit the window, regardless of the size of the image.

 

 

Full screen view

 

Center image if it is smaller than screen If set, PMView will center the image when drawing in Full Screen Mode. Otherwise, the image will be drawn in the upper left corner of the screen.

 

Zoom image to fit screen If enabled, PMView will automatically zoom the image according to the rules set below. If disabled, zooming will not take place and the image is presented at its actual size. When viewing images in full screen view, this setting is also accessible in the View menu under the name Zoom to Fit.

 

Zoom image if it is larger than screen This setting makes PMView automatically zoom out (shrink) an image that is too large to fit the screen.

Zoom image if it is smaller than screen This setting makes PMView automatically zoom in (enlarge) an image that is too small to fit the screen.

Always zoom image to fit window This setting makes PMView always zoom the image to fit the screen, regardless of the size of the image.

 

Hide mouse pointer If set, PMView will initially hide the mouse pointer when you enter Full Screen mode. Note that the Zoom image if it is larger than screen and Zoom image if it is smaller than screen settings may interfere. If you disable one of these settings, or both, you will get scrollbars depending on the size of the loaded image. If this is the case, and you have a scrollbar visible, the mouse pointer will not be hidden.