Advanced Features: Typography
The typography tab can be used to customise the way that Zoom lays out text.
Normally these options should be left at their defaults.
'Show Margins' affects whether or not Zoom displays a border around the story text.
A margin improves readability, but can spoil the layout of some games.
Turning off 'Use screen fonts' will tell Zoom to use the printed forms of its fonts.
Mac OS X includes specially rendered versions of many of its fonts designed for
on-screen readability. These often have slightly different widths to their printed
equivalent: the printed font often doesn't match up to the pixels on the screen,
giving it an uneven appearence. For some fonts (for example, Monaco), the screen font
chosen at certain sizes has a very distinct appearance to the 'printed' equivalent.
Advanced Features: Interpreter Version<
Infocom interpreters reported a version number that specified the architecture
that the interpreter was running on. Zoom lets you choose which interpreter
version it will report to the story that is running. This option typically has
no effect on modern games, but can change how graphics are rendered in Infocom