If the zoom behavior is applied to an element, a property named scale is stored. If the element is zoomed, the original scale is stored. If the element is zoomed but the scale property is not changed, the zoom value is stored. The zoom state of an element is not changed if the scale property is changed.
The zoom behavior is registered to the element. If the zooming is changed programmatically, the zoom behavior is automatically removed from the canvas. If the zoom behavior is a function, that function is called as if it had been registered.
If the browser is zoomed out to a point where a zoomable area is smaller than the zoom extent, the zoom behavior is registered to the element. It's also registered to the element, but if the zoom behavior on the element is a function, the function is called as if it had been registered. This allows the user to zoom the browser.
The zoom behavior is registered to the element and element. The value of the width and height properties is used to determine the scale of the element, which is not scaled if the scale property is changed. The value of the width and height properties is used to determine the zoom level, which is not changed if the zoom property is changed.
The zoom behavior is registered using the DOM property . The property accepts either a string for the typename, or the typename and name. It can also be a function, which is called with three arguments: the element, the name, and the original scale. The scale is set as the first parameter.
A typical use of this feature is to scale a video to fit into a canvas when the canvas is resized. For example, you could have a canvas with the dimensions 1000px by 500px. To zoom the video into this canvas, have the canvas size set to 500px by 500px, and have the size of the video applied using a custom transform. The video could have a scale of two, which would appear to enlarge the video by a factor of four.
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