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NagVis is a visualization addon for the well known network managment system Nagios.

NagVis can be used to visualize Nagios Data, e.g. to display IT processes like a mail system or a network infrastructure.

Make maps zoomable

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At the moment the maps are only scalable by browser zooming features. This is not enough in some cases.

For example it would be nice to have the page scalings saved for each user and for each map. Maybe it is also possible to detect an initial zooming state depending on the users resolution.

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Author: lami · Date: 2012-01-12

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This would really cost too much time. I don't want to do such things.
Author: LaMi · Date: 2012-06-04
Can you implement it in an 1.6 update? I really looking forward to this feature and i guess it will take some time till the 1.7 release. Im not allowed to run a beta software.
Author: bigb · Date: 2012-06-04
If you are interested you can take a look at the current NagVis 1.7 developments in git master code. We implemented a simple zoom functionality in that version.
Author: lami · Date: 2012-04-06
I think steps are ok, but maybe we need some more steps (75%, 125% and 175%??)
Author: usauerbrey · Date: 2012-02-15
Is it a pre-requisite to support this feature correctly to have all graphics in nagvis displays be vector based graphics or can the zooming be done with the existing images.
Author: xkilian · Date: 2012-02-08
Is it enough to have the zoom in steps like 200%, 150%, 100%, 50%, 25%, 10% or do we need real step-by-step zoom?
Author: LaMi · Date: 2012-01-20

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