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HOW do you ZOOM in and ZOOM out?

Discussion in 'Civ4 - General Discussions' started by tutankamon, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. tutankamon

    tutankamon Chieftain

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    I´m all dizzy already and actually I have a headache as my game is too zoomed in.
    I know that when you zoom out with the big button in the right low corner you get a planet like view, but I would just like to zzom out 50% or so so I could see better all of my land.

    Thanks ahead for your help
     
  2. arcan

    arcan Chieftain

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    use the rollng button of your mouse.
     
  3. scarl

    scarl Chieftain

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    ... or if you're one of those poor dinosaurs who don't have a wheel on their mouse, try the Page Up/Page Down keys.
     
  4. tutankamon

    tutankamon Chieftain

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    i have a laptop, so no mouse
     
  5. Rabbit_Alex

    Rabbit_Alex Chieftain

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    I have a laptop and a mouse.
     
  6. tutankamon

    tutankamon Chieftain

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    ok man....and will you tell me how to zoom out now that i know that u have a mouse :)
     
  7. ombak

    ombak Chieftain

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    Did you read the posts in between your first one and his? Both zooming in/out buttons have been explained.
     

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