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Thread: Auto Center on Zoom In? I don't know if this is a feature request or a dumb question!

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    Constant Bitrate ruairi's Avatar
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    Auto Center on Zoom In? I don't know if this is a feature request or a dumb question!

    I searched the threads and can't find this anywhere. Maybe it's been asked already and I can't find it!

    I find that zoom in on an area and I then spend a lot of time re-centering the map to the destination I want to go to. The center of the map is always the Zoom point, am I correct?

    Is it possible to do the following to make it easier to use?
    The user clicks on the point in the map they are interested in, then they us the scrollbar to zoom in but before zooming MapMonkey auto centers on the last point you clicked on. So you desired area is bang in the middle of the window. Is this possible?

    It would mean a lot less dragging of the map to find the place I am looking for.

    Thank you!

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    Don't think that's a dumb question at all.

    This functionality would be damn useful. Good Idea!
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