Showing non-zoomed objects during a zoom
Nov 07, 2013
There are many times when I want to show students how to look something up. To this end, I want to be able to:
1) Zoom in on a page/table/graph (the result looking somewhat grainy, especially if the full-size image wasn't super-high-resolution).
2) Add text boxes and other objects to supplement the zoomed-in image.
I *could* let these objects get zoomed-in-on, the same as everything else, but sometimes this is a hassle (e.g. grappling with resolution issues) and/or looks weird (e.g. we establish a norm for callout boxes to look one way-- except when they happen during a zoom, in which case their proportions are all blown up).
So here's my question: Is there a way to show a non-zoomed-in object overlaying an otherwise-zoomed view?