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FAQ 03 OF 05

If you could remove the mouse focus of the magnifier?


Please test!

F2 =
normal
F3 = real time F4 = real time + mouse

F11 full screen




FAQ 3: Updated on: March 26th 2014 22:33



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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? ***
4. The screen magnifier is closed by clicking on the Window or Desktop?
5. How can I activate and deactivate the screen magnifier?

  My question is not there in the FAQ
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Asked questions on this answer:
  1. If you could remove the focus from the mouse and the screen magnifier screen magnifier, however, retains current settings for without it closes, would open up entirely new possibilities: This could be a desktop area on 2 Monitor always represent increases over the magnifying glass, or would you use it the way a kind of clone mode with different resolution / subarea.
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