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Using ScreenFlow Menus : View Menu

View Menu
This topic describes each item in the View menu. View options determine how the media is presented both on the Canvas and in the Timeline.
Enter Full Screen (Command-F)
Only available in OSX 10.7 Lion. Displays the editing window in full screen mode to reduce on-screen clutter.
Enter Preview (Alt-Command-F)
Displays the screencast in full screen mode for playback only. Press Escape to exit preview.
Zoom In (Command-=)
Magnify the canvas area of ScreenFlow.
Zoom Out (Command--)
Reduce the canvas area of ScreenFlow.
Zoom to 100% (Alt-Command-0)
Display the canvas area at its direct pixel size.
Zoom to Fit
Magnify the canvas of ScreenFlow so that all contents are visible in the window with a bit of margins on the sides. These options only change how your screencast is displayed on the canvas. They do not alter the media.
Zoom Timeline to Fit (Control-T)
Scales the timeline to fit all content in your window.
Zoom Timeline In (=)
Expands the timeline.
Zoom Timeline Out (-)
Contracts the timeline.
Snapping (Control-N)
Toggles snapping for both the canvas and timeline.
When snapping is on, the mouse snaps to various guide-lines. For example, in the canvas, the mouse snaps your objects to the center and edges of your canvas. It also snaps to other objects, if you have any. In the timeline, the mouse snaps to the beginnings and endings of actions and clips.
You can temporarily toggle snapping by holding down the Command key.
Scrub Live Audio (Shift-S)
When activated, you can hear the audio track while dragging the scrubber.
Show Audio Waveform
When activated, clips that contain audio have the audio waveform shown along the center of the clip.
Show Thumbnail Icons
When activated, each clip displays a thumbnail icon displaying either the first frame of content (for video or image files) or a format icon for audio or text clips.

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