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Thread: 'We do not officially support browser zoom' --> obsolete

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    Default 'We do not officially support browser zoom' --> obsolete

    We do not officially support browser zoom

    https://docs.sencha.com/extjs/7.0.0/...extjs_faq.html

    this contradicts
    https://docs.sencha.com/extjs/7.0.0/.../gestures.html

    There are probably other contradictions that have simply taught me obsolete 'truths'.

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    Hello,

    Thank you for contacting Sencha Support!

    Zooming may affect lots of features, so at this time we are not supporting browser zooming, but yes on another side most components will work as expected in modern browsers.

    Regards,
    Kumar
    Sencha Support.

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    The point is not about zooming, the point is that the documentation contains contradictions that should be fixed.

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    The original post is not very clear in my opinion, one article does not totally contradicts the other.

    I believe the point @djbushby tried to show was the last section in the article: Viewport Zooming: it recommends the user to enable viewport zooming while this is a feature subject to issues that are known and have no guarantee on fixes by Sencha.

    So maybe the contradiction could be solved just by instead of recommending it, showing it is possible to enable if wanted, but link to FAQ to let the user be aware there may be conditions not currently supported by the framework by enabling viewport zooming (like, "use at your own risk", instead of recommendation).
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    Great points. Thanks for your feedback. I think we can state what happens in some cases with zoom, and when you could zoom.

    I've added an issue to improve this DOCS-572.

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