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How to activate super+scroll to zoom?

Before update my Ubuntu to Natty, I zoomed in-out the screen using the Winkey + mouse wheel.

Now, how can in zoom in-out with Natty?

Thanks a lot!

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marked as duplicate by 8128, Oli Apr 30 '11 at 20:02

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Yeah I hit this too. You just need put the settings back into Compiz.

  1. Download CCSM. Either search the software centre or pump this into a terminal.

    sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager
  2. Run it. Whack ccsm into a run dialogue.

  3. Under the "Enhanced Zoom Desktop" plugin, look at the "Zoom In/Out" tab. You want to alter the gestures so that you have something like the following:

    • Zoom in: <Super>Button4
    • Zoom out: <Super>Button5
    • Zoom box: <Super>Button2

That should return things to how they were. You should have a look at the other tabs too because they have improved some of the features. I've fallen for the panning mode.

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