Specify how you want images to be shown in PyCharm. Optionally, specify an external editor for working with images.
|Editor||Use this area to specify the settings according to which images should be displayed in PyCharm.|
|Show Grid lines by default|
Select this checkbox to have a grid displayed when reviewing image files.
|Show Grid lines only when zoom factor equal or more than||Use this spin box to specify the minimum zoom factor to have a grid displayed.|
|Show Grid line after every (pixels)||Use this spin box to specify the number of pixels between a pair of grid lines.|
|Grid line color||From this palette, click the color to display grid lines.|
|Show transparency chessboard by default||Select this checkbox to have transparent pieces of images shown as a chessboard.|
|Chessboard cell size||Use this spin box to specify the chessboard cell size.|
|Color of 'white' cell||From this palette, click the color to display chessboard cells located at initially 'white' positions.|
|Color of 'black' cell||From this palette, click the color to display chessboard cells located at initially 'black' positions.|
|Zoom image with mouse wheel (Ctrl/Cmd + Mouse Wheel)||Select this checkbox to enable zooming the image through the Ctrl+mouse wheel combination.|
|Enable smart zooming||Use this option to automatically zoom images: small images will be zoomed in to the width and height specified below; large images will be zoomed out to fit the window size.|
|External Editor||In this area, specify an external editor for working with images.|
|Executable path||In this field, specify the path to the executable image editor file.|
Last modified: 10 September 2020