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Specify how you want images to be shown in PyCharm. Optionally, specify an external editor for working with images.
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.
In this area, specify an external editor for working with images.
In this field, specify the path to the executable image editor file.