Thanks for buying ColorThink Pro. I’m sure you will enjoy it.
Regarding your question: Yes, there is a way to do the sizing. The ‘Shift’ key with mouse drag of the graphic will ‘size’ the graphic within the window. I’ve pasted the controls below from the ColorWiki. The other controls for zooming are listed in the ColorThink Pro Manual which is at:
The ColorThink Grapher was designed so manipulation of the plot item display was intuitive and powerful. The mouse plays an important role in this ability. A summary of its functions is:
Click-drag to rotate the graph left-right or up-down.
Shift-Click-drag to slip or shift the graph around the screen.
Option-Click-drag and then drag the mouse up and down to zoom in and out. Zoom all the way inside a profiles gamut to view it from the inside.
While putting ColorThink Pro through its paces, its probably best to use the ColorThink ‘built-in’ reporting function for bugs, problems & feature requests. Its in the application at (Web > Feature Requests / Bug Reports…).
This may be useful information too:
Phone: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM PST M-F
Forum: http://www.colorforums.com/ There is a ColorThink specific section
And of course the ColorThink Pro USERS MANUAL is at ColorWiki site: http://www.colorwiki.com/wiki/ColorThink_Pro_3_Manual
For ‘In-application’ training, you should try the ColorSmarts Guide within ColorThink Pro (the multi-color beanie cap with a propellor). This utility is probably the easiest way to get up to speed with learning ColorThink Pro for common usages. I highly recommend it as the place most users should start out.
Hope that helps.