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Why is bridge magnifing to 200%

New Here ,
Sep 01, 2017 Sep 01, 2017

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I can not figure out what I did.  I select a photo, hit the space bar for full screen and if I right click on the photo it now magnifies to 200% instead of the 100%,help!

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Engaged , Sep 04, 2017 Sep 04, 2017

Hy,

  • select a photo
  • hit the space bar (for full screen)
  • press the plus sign or minus sign key to zoom in or out of the image,

        ...or click the image to zoom to that point.

        (You can also use a mouse scroll wheel to increase and decrease magnification.)

Regards,

mario

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Engaged ,
Sep 04, 2017 Sep 04, 2017

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Hy,

  • select a photo
  • hit the space bar (for full screen)
  • press the plus sign or minus sign key to zoom in or out of the image,

        ...or click the image to zoom to that point.

        (You can also use a mouse scroll wheel to increase and decrease magnification.)

Regards,

mario

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Nov 16, 2021 Nov 16, 2021

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Thanks for that but it does not answer the question. Why is the right click magnifier giving a  horrible blurred low resolution, unlike the version prior to last update?

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New Here ,
Sep 10, 2023 Sep 10, 2023

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for those who are still having this problem: in bridge right click on image in preview pane to open magnifier. While magnifier is open click plus or minus keys to zoom magnifier in or out. It will stay where you leave it(in terms of magnification)

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Sep 10, 2023 Sep 10, 2023

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Hi, @Allen32193720vycx . I'm not sure which way you are going with this. When you say, "It will stay where you leave it (in terms of magnification), are you saying that pressing the + or - keys does nothing? 

 

FWIW, on my Mac (OS 13.4.1), it will zoom in two levels beyond the initial magnification and then back out to the initial magnification. I'm not seeing any issue here.

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New Here ,
Sep 10, 2023 Sep 10, 2023

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You are correct...the magnifier will zoom in and back out. I was merely stating for those that might not know that its a simple + or - keystroke and that when you zoom in or out it will stay that way till you change it again. I've been working in PS since the mid 90's and it never occured to me that it would zoom in and out. That's all 🙂

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Ah, OK. 

 

If you have an extended keyboard, you can either use the "-" or "+" keys to the right of "0" key (zero) or the same keys on the numeric keypad on the right-hand side. And, as mentioned, you can also use the mouse wheel.

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