When I zoom in Sketch by using the shortcuts [cmd +], [cmd -] or the plus and minus button the zoom factor change by 100%. (25%, 50%, 100%, 200%, 400% etc.) When I use preview I like to see my screen completely filled like I use my browser. Is there a way to change the zoom levels in Sketch preferably by percents.
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I didn't find the way to change zoom factor in Sketch, but there is other many ways to work with zooming:
⌘ + 1 Center canvas
⌘ + 2 Zoom selection
⌘ + 0 Actual size
§ Temporary Zoom to Actual Size
Cmd + . Presentation Mode
Z: Zoom Tool. Hold down and click or drag an area with the mouse.
Reverse zoom using ⌥ + Z and click.
https://github.com/arkkimaagi/artboardzoom Tiny Sketch.app plugin for zooming to Artboard of currently selected object.
http://cl.ly/0C07091e3Y3W Sketch plugin for input custom percentage of zooming