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Hi,

Wireshark documentation, Laura Chappell's DVD tutorial and other source all say that I can zoom in on a Statistics->TCP Stream Graph->Time Sequence Graph by left clicking my mouse. But this doesn't work for me in Wireshark 1.4.4 on two different systems (a XP SP3 system and a Win 7 SP1 system). Left clicking in the TCP stream graph has no effect. I've been unable to find any mouse click or key sequence which will zoom, nor have I had any luck in finding the answer to this question by surfing.

So am I missing something? Is this functionality broken? Is there some other mechanism for accomplishing this in recent Wireshark versions that's changed from earlier versions?

Regards,

John Fishbeck MSU Physical Plant Systems and Networking

asked 19 Apr '11, 19:00

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From the help:

   Middle Mouse Button         zooms in (towards area under cursor)
   <Shift>-Middle Mouse Button    zooms out

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answered 19 Apr '11, 22:41

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And for those of us without a 3 button mouse: You can use the + and - keys to zoom in and out. Then use the cursor keys to move the view on the graph.

(19 Apr '11, 23:10) SYN-bit ♦♦

Hint: + and - may only work on the general keyboard, not the numpad keys - at least on PCs with german keymaps it is like that.

(02 Mar '12, 07:45) Jasper ♦♦

The + or - options do not work if you have a two button mouse. You can zoom with the wheel, but try to zoom out and you won't get it. Wireshark should improve this aspect.

Machines: Linux 2.6.33.20

Windows 7 64 bits Wireshark 1.6.4

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