Navigating with Your Mouse
Looking Around When your mouse cursor is over an iPIX image, the cursor will change to four directional arrows. You can look in any direction by holding the left mouse button and moving the mouse in the direction you wish to go. Your mouse cursor should change to a double-ended arrow pointing in the direction the picture will move.
When some images first load, they automatically "spin" around in a circle. You can halt the movement by clicking on the image area.
Using the Pop-up Menu
You can also navigate using the pop-up menu. You can open the pop-up menu by clicking with your right mouse button on the image. Macintosh users can access this menu by clicking the image while holding down the control key. This menu allows you to zoom in and out, to restore the image view to the initial location, and to re-start image movement. Click on an option with the left-mouse button to activate it.
Zooming You can zoom in or out by using the "+" and "-" keys on your keyboard, or via a pop-up menu.
Navigating using the keyboard
Looking Around You can use your arrow keys or the numeric keypad on your keyboard to navigate the image. Simply press the arrow that points the direction you wish to pan. The image will rotate in that direction. To stop image movement, press the control and period keys at the same time. To start image rotation again, press control and space bar keys.
Zooming To zoom in the image, press the "+" or "PgUp" key. To zoom out, press the "-" or "PgDn" key.
To view these Navigation instructions you can open a Help screen by pressing F1 or the Help key on your keyboard.