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Is there any way to magnify the figures in the "Show" command?

I am trying to magnify a small part in the following Mathematica figure. What should I write in the 'show' environment to magnify the specific part of the figure? ...
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Magnification messing up styles

I have defined the following Input/Output styles in my stylesheet: ...
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Setting custom key bindings for magnification of notebook display

I tried modifying the Window menu section of MenuSetup.tr file inside $UserBaseDirectory/SystemFiles/FrontEnd/TextResources/Macintosh as follows ...
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Mathematica 13: everything is magnified

In Mathematica 13 the font and everything else in notebooks and the size of toolbars is too big, compared to Mathematica 12.3 (with all the settings the same, magnification set at 100%). It seems, the ...
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Make docked cells scale with zoom

Is there any way to make your docked cell contents scale with the notebook magnification?
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Split window appears when changing magnification

Upon opening Mathematica, the notebook contents appear very large (screenshot here ). Clicking the magnification button in the bottom right corner splits the window instead of just changing the size ...
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How to make a custom DynamicImage which support mouse wheel and show pixel value?

The built-in DynamicImage just click the plus sign or minus sign to rescale the image. I have to say click is a not very good operation. Could we make the custom <...
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What is the cleanest image format to import into a Mathematica document?

I would like to import some annotated diagrams from Microsoft Visio. When using PNG, the imported images look good at 100% but quickly become blurred at any other magnification. What is the cleanest ...
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Frame ticks not magnified along with plot

I am using Mathematica 11.0 under Linux. I want to export some plots in PNG format, with resolution higher than the notebook display resolution. When I evaluate ...
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Mathematica default magnification

I read a previous post that told me to use this fucntion SetOptions[$FrontEndSession, FontProperties -> {"ScreenResolution" -> 96} ] to change my ...
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Magnification, ScreenResolution, ScreenInformation and Printing: Please shine some Light into it!

According to How to set default magnification for all windows Mathematica assumes 72 dpi screen resolution. In my computer, the screen resolution actually is 120 dpi which is a very common value on ...
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Magnifying the Help documents without magnifying the images therein

In Mathematica's Option Inspector I set the notebook magnification factor to be larger than 1, for example 1.12 ("Notebook Options"->"Display Options"). Accordingly contents of the Documentation ...
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Is it possible to change the fontsize and simultaneously TabSpacing when printing a notebook in the working enviroment

It is a dilemma: In order to easily edit code on the screen, I have to set Magnification to 1.25 and also to set fontsize for Input (using Courier New bold for Input) to 12 pt. Of course, in this ...
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Why can't I change the Magnification in Printout Style in Default.nb

This happens with Mathermatica 10.3.1.0: When working with a notebook, I can choose between different working environments. However, they inherit their settings from Default.nb situated at c:\...
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Notebook Magnification changes - Why?

I have written a notebook but in order to edit it, I prefer 125% magification or even 150%. I know Window>Magnification. Also there is a small symbol on the right bottom of the notebook, where I can ...
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