This may seem like a stupid question but I’ve never had this issue before. It just started happening and I am wondering if it’s an issue with a stack but I can’t find any information online about this.
My edit screen is zoomed in too far. I have to scroll side to side and cannot view the entire width of the page. I feel stupid for not being able to figure this out but I can’t seem to find any adjustment within Rapidweaver where I can adjust zoom. It makes Rapidweaver unusable. All I can see is a massive zoomed in portion of my page and have to pan around the screen to even select stacks. It’s driving me crazy.
Hopefully, I am just missing something super obvious.
Remove the stacks you have added to that page one at a time until the edit screen returns to normal. You might need to switch to preview then back to edit after each step. If/when the view returns to normal, see if you can reproduce it by re-adding the last stack you removed.
Thanks, @klaatu. The culprit is Foundry’s Potion Pack stack, Grid. It displays the photos at a massive size and disrupts the whole page. I’ll have to connect with Elixir.
Actually it’s a Hover Image stack in his Grid stack. So, I’ll have to get that sorted out.
How large are you images? I suppose overly large images (e.g. greater than 500k) could be contributing to the problem.
If you don’t know for sure, share a link to the relevant page.
Thanks, @Mathew, that really was the problem. I was assuming the stack would constrain the image in edit mode. I resized accordingly and no zooming in.
Great! Good to hear it was an easy enough problem to sort out.
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