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Scale to Fit

Scale to Fit

Postby CrimsonCrow » Sat Jul 09, 2011 8:04 pm

I have been using GeekTool for years and years. :)

I have always had a weather map displayed on my desktop. I recently upgraded to v.3. The "Scale image to fit" command on earlier versions seems to be gone. :cry:

The "Scale image to fit" allowed me to zoom in on a specific area of the map. Now, without "Scale image to fit " I am only able to display the entire map. This makes the map too small to be useful. Is the "Scale image to fit" command hidden somewhere and I am missing it?
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