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Zoom in Bridge v11.0.0.83

Participant ,
Nov 28, 2020 Nov 28, 2020

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In Bridge v11.0.0.83, using the Workspace 1 panel. I use to use the zoom feature to check the focusing of an eye. I could see the iris and the eyelashes. In this new version I am seeing a small number of pixels. This amount of zoom is ridiculous and unusable. If there is a way to adjust this microscopic absurdity please advise. Also, please note that I have "Email me when someone replies" but Adobe never sends me those emails. It may be some time when I read anyone's advice. Thank you in advance for understanding the new Adobe.

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Community Expert , Nov 28, 2020 Nov 28, 2020

Hi Lee,

 

There is no setting for this becuase you control the zoom.

 

When the Loupe is in view, pressing the "+=" key will zoom in and when you press the "-_" key you zoom out. If your mouse has a wheel on it, you can rotate one way to zoom in and the other way to zoom out.

 

I hope this reaches you soon.

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Hi Lee,

 

There is no setting for this becuase you control the zoom.

 

When the Loupe is in view, pressing the "+=" key will zoom in and when you press the "-_" key you zoom out. If your mouse has a wheel on it, you can rotate one way to zoom in and the other way to zoom out.

 

I hope this reaches you soon.

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Thank you. I logged into community support to find your answer.

 

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