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icon_project.png Better Explorer / Open Bug report BE-565 Zoom widget breaks icons in details view
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Description

Zooming in 'details' folder view breaks display.

It is not expected that details view is zoomable, because Windows file manager does not implement this feature. Making the zoom functionality non-operational, both by greying out the widget and disabling keyboard shortcuts, if any, would be par for the course for the modes where zooming doesn't do anything useful.

Version 2.5.3.161031.10001 RC3, running on Windows 10, 64-bit.

Actually wait a second, it's not just the details view, it's pretty much all views except "Extra Large Icons", "Large Icons", "Medium Icons".

Steps to reproduce this issue
  1. Navigate to C:\Windows
  2. Enable View -> Details.
  3. Note: the zoom widget in the status bar displays "48" - this doesn't seem quite right! The lines are much smaller than 48 pixels in pitch and the icons are correspondingly smaller.
  4. Click plus icon in the zoom widget.

Observe: the icons are increased in size, however the spacing is not adjusted. The bottom of the icons is obscured or cut off. The right parts of icons overlaps the text, making it partially unreadable.

Expected: text must be legible at all times.

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