This portal is to open public enhancement requests against IBM Power Systems products, including IBM i. To view all of your ideas submitted to IBM, create and manage groups of Ideas, or create an idea explicitly set to be either visible by all (public) or visible only to you and IBM (private), use the IBM Unified Ideas Portal (https://ideas.ibm.com).
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Welcome to the IBM Ideas Portal (https://www.ibm.com/ideas) - Use this site to find out additional information and details about the IBM Ideas process and statuses.
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firstname.lastname@example.org - Use this email to suggest enhancements to the Ideas process or request help from IBM for submitting your Ideas.
Thank you for submitting your Request For Enhancement. Here are a couple of existing options for you to consider which are available today.
There is a Screen History option available at View-->Screen History. This will capture the current screen before the next one is displayed. It will keep 15 of the most recently displayed screens by discarding the oldest one. By clicking on one of the previously viewed screens on the Screen History Board, a viewer will pop-up which allows you to navigate through any of the previous 15 screens and also resize the viewing window to a larger size. To clear the Screen History Board, you can disable/enable View-->Screen History. It also has the ability to pause/start screen capture.
If you would like to continue to use Scratch Pad, Windows provides a magnifier which can be enabled using the Windows key combined with the + key (to enlarge) and the - key (to reduce). The Windows key is normally located between the Ctrl and Alt key on the lower left of the keyboard. The magnification will be centered at the location of the cursor. Mac has a similar feature which can be enabled at System Preferences..., Accessibility, Zoom, and then selecting "Use keyboard shortcuts to zoom".
Do either of the above options meet the requirement?