Bug ID: 416229
Summary: Zooming out with CTRL+mousewheel does not work
Platform: Neon Packages
Target Milestone: ---
Zooming with CTRL+mousewheel does not work correctly anymore since a while ago.
This behavior changed somewhere in the last half year.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Open a document in Okular
2. Try to zoom out by holding the CTRL key and rolling the mouse wheel towards
Loosely speaking, Okular can zoom in but cannot zoom out, after zooming in I
observe the values in the "zoom input box" under the menu bar jump to "fit
width" and after that I cannot zoom out further than that.
More details (help you find the bug):
After I select 17% zoom value, I can zoom in and out, but if I zoom in past the
"fit page" value, then that value becomes the maximum: I cannot zoom out any
When I then zoom in still further I meet the "fit width" value and then that
value becomes the maximum: I cannot zoom out any further.
So you can zoom in, but cannot zoom out past the fixed values in the "zoom box"
that you encounter along the way.
So somehow when these values are selected, the zooming with the keyboard/mouse
I should be able to zoom all the way out until the maximum value is reached.
Linux/KDE Plasma: neon
(available in About System)
KDE Plasma Version: 5.17.5
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.66.0
Qt Version: 5.13.2
1. Zooming in and out in Firefox with CTRL + mouse wheel works as expected
2. I can zoom by selecting (using the mouse) an explicit zoom value in the
"zoom input box". So it is just using the described keys that does not work
with Okular, reducing its usability (accessibility).
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