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we have many images in a gallery and would like to be able to click on it and zoom in or out. We do get the one larger image when you click on it but that is not exactly what we want. We want to be able to zoom in as much as needed to view a specific part of the image. Is this possible?
i think you can implement this easy with jquery and the zoom script
you can insert the needed javascr
ipt code via the global administration cutom html section by using the script tags
Please prioritize that feature.
Without zoom in and out mobile version is nearly useless. I'm pushed to go for desktop version, which is not always possible. This puts under consideration using the Confluence at all.
I'm not sure if this option is available on Confluence yet, but, the best approach I can provide to you at the moment is to manually download the image or open it in a new tab and use the "old school" setting to zoom on the image and see the details or with some image editor software.
If you're interested, we can create a Feature and see how it goes!
hope it helps,
We do have the Gallery Macro to work with image settings, please, refer to the following page to have a better overview of it and see how it works with your instance:
Really sorry that Confluence doesn't have a concrete solution for your doubt at the moment.