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How to magnify given develop panels?

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I was watching an Anthony Morganti video about B&W processing in LR Classic, posted in the LR Virtual Summit earlier this year, and saw that he repeatedly magnified the particular develop panel he was using at a given time. It helped the viewer see what he was doing, and it would help my old eyes to do for my own editing. How is this done?
 
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It’s done through the OS, not through Lightroom. I don’t know what OS he used, but MacOS has such a feature and I assume Windows has it too. If not then you can probably do it using a special utility. And if the presentation was not live, then it could have been done in the presentation software.
 
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