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Is the Full Screen function in the Magnifier under Windows XP or only in Windows 7 possible?


The Full Screen function in the Magnifier OneLoupe is under Windows XP possible not only on Windows 7 and Vista!

This can be activate in the magnifier with keyboard key F11 or via the OneLoupe tray icon. ... see Image-1

(Image-1) Full Screen function in the Magnifier in Windows XP!
Full Screen function in the Magnifier in Windows XP


FAQ 1: Updated on: March 26th 2014 22:33



The Freeware Program OneLoupe is suitable for Microsoft Windows :
Servers 2000, 2003, Server 2008, 2012 Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows-8, Windows 8.1 / x64 and x86 (x32)
FAQ: OneLoupe
1. Is the Full Screen function in the Magnifier under Windows XP or only in Windows 7 possible? ***
2. Is OneLoupe a magnifier with Windows dual monitors support?
3. If you could remove the mouse focus of the magnifier?

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