A zoomable picture initially displays in a box, but takes over the entire screen when double-tapped. You can use this feature to add an animated pan-and-zoom effect to an image, or allow it to be zoomed and panned directly in its box.
- Select the picture box that contains the picture you want to make zoomable.
- In the HTML5 palette, click Picture Zoom .
Picture zoom controls
- Optionally, enter a name for the zoomable picture in the Name field. This name displays in the Interactive Objects area in the bottom of the palette.
- If you want the zoomable picture to be initially invisible, check Initially Hidden .
- To allow the user to switch back and forth between cropped view and fullscreen view by double-tapping the picture, check Allow Fullscreen .
- To allow the user to zoom in and out with pinch gestures, check Allow Pinch Zoom .
- To allow the user to pan around in the picture with one finger, check Allow Panning .
- To make the picture pan and/or zoom at the beginning of its display, check Animate Pan and Zoom .
- Duration : Lets you control how long the pan/zoom lasts. At the end of this duration, the slide stops and stays in its final position until the next slide is displayed.
- Start and Stop : These buttons allow you to set the beginning and ending crop. Click Start and scale/position the picture for the initial position, then click Stop and scale/position the image for the final position.
- To finish configuring the zoomable picture, click a different object or a blank part of the layout.