Zoom window for writing
Like in "good notes" for iPad, you could insert a zoom window witch allows you to write easier and faster. The good notes website describes it as followed:
GoodNotes provides the zoom window to assist you to write in small size with your fingers or with capacitive styluses. Inside the zoom window contains a zoomed view corresponding to a rectangular area on a page.
plz add reading glasses what I want writing point
Have zoom window to write so one can see whole page and zoom in at the same time. I read and take notes in multi window and it is easier, because I would be able to zoom in and see the while page. Right now you have to zoom in and out to see what you wrote before. It seems there are quite a few people that would like this feature. I would use this app over inkcredible if it had this feature. I really like squid and it would be the best if it had a zoom window.
I would like to hear from developers that why they insist not doing this for so many years. This is the only reason why I don't use squid, but this only reason can shut me out forever even if all other features are perfect.
Lu Cas commented
Benötige diese Funktion sehr dringend, es ist einfach sehr praktisch.
2012 request and it is 2019 now is still not available
Krystian Misiak commented
For me, it would solve the problem with the ink not being as smooth as in S Notes for instance. Would love to have it.
Yes same function is present in zoom notes, notes plus, notability, etc on iPad but also present in Handrite pro on android since 2012. Plz add this function.
I don't know how to properly explain (English is not my first language) but I'll leave a link so you guys can see the feature showcased in the YouTube video. It's between the 2:10 and 2:30 of the video. It would help a lot especially for some of us who don't have a premium stylus pen and a huge screen to work with.
Jansen Wong commented
NEED THIS FEATURE
Bis jetzt bin ich sehr zufrieden mit Squid.
Ich habe einen Wunsch. Können Sie diese "Lupenfunktion" wie in INKredible oder Good Notes einbauen?
Unglaublich praktisch zum Schreiben. Es rutscht immer automatisch nach.
yep. had to move to Incredible Pro for this feature. squid is one of those programs you really want to use, but this is a deal breaker for handwriting- especially if you have your own form of shorthand.
The bare minimum for making Squid usable for handwritten notes
Magnified window for writing similar to ipad Notability App
The zoom window in Goodnotes for the ipad is a good example and is very easy to use. It makes taking notes very fast and easy.
I posted this idea 3 years ago, and i have to write here again.
First things first: I like this app, i really do. to me it´s the best app for writing out there.
BUT: If one wants to take notes and write something longer than just a few words, this app hardly can be used.
You NEED this zoom window for handwriting. (The app INKredible does a very good job here.)
I cant use this app without this feature because it makes taking notes really exhausting. (write a word, pull the display, write a word, pull the display, line is complete, scroll, scroll, scroll etc.)
I think the main purpose of a handwriting app should be that you can write easily.
I really love your app and i would pay nearly every price IF you could bring this feature in your app.
This is the main reason I still use an iPad.
PLEASE make your app as good as Notability.
I don't even mind if you dont' have voice recording Bot you need Zoom writing.
Abdullah Tarawneh (trwnh) commented
Sometimes you want to have your handwriting visible and NOT converted to text.
Abdullah Tarawneh (trwnh) commented
This is the #1 feature that keeps me from using this app! Note Anytime / Metamoji has this, and i use that even though the general app is laggier than Papyrus, it's still invaluable.
Please add Display Zoom Window with the ability to zoom into a section of the screen and edit it from the bottom of the page. Metamoji Note has this functionality and adding this to yours would make your app perfect. This also allows users to write from the bottom of the screen and not accidently "draw" with their other fingers.