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    I think "Original size" is a fairly commonly used function,
    especially for those who set "Display options" to "Fit images to [...]" or "Fit only big images to [...]".

    Considering "Original size" is near the bottom of the View menu (not the most practical place),
    I would like to request a "Original size" toolbar button.


    Thanks!

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    Thank you Remain! This is exactly the button I also wanted to ask for! I missed this button especially when I intend to compare the quality between the same picture saved in different formats. So, I join "the club" and I also ask for this button.

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    I agree that this would be a nice button to have. I would think most of those options in the view menu should have corresponding buttons too.

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    I support this.
    Apart from display options, I often zoom in or out with the + and - keys, so a quick way to return to the original size
    and window would be quite elegant.

    An alternative for a button could be a 'original size' option in the r-click context menu.
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    I agree, this is an essential feature, though a button is not really needed as the shortcut Control H already does this. If there was a toolbar button for every function available in IV, the interface would soon get cluttered like other programs.

    The way to go for the future is a fully customisable inteface so that users can define their own shortcuts, menus, and toolbar buttons.

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    For the time being you could set the zoom step to 25% and just hold the "-" or "+" key for a little while until the status bar reads 100%.

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    2 Bhikkhu Pesala
    Thanks for the tip about Ctrl+H. I have been ignorant.
    So to me, no direct need for a dedicated button any more.
    You're right about a custom tool/command bar. That would be very nice.
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    I'd like to see a dedicated button!

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    Quote Originally Posted by remain View Post
    I think "Original size" is a fairly commonly used function,
    especially for those who set "Display options" to "Fit images to [...]" or "Fit only big images to [...]".

    Considering "Original size" is near the bottom of the View menu (not the most practical place),
    I would like to request a "Original size" toolbar button.


    Thanks!
    I wish to add my support for this request. The ctrl-H shortcut isn't good enough for this core feature.

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    Actually, I would like a "original size" and a "fit to window" button near zoom+, zoom-, as these are maybe the two operation I use the most often (first a look to the whole picture, then see it 1:1 to check focus, noise, grain and so on).

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