Lightroom Classic version: 11.0.1 [ 202111111509-eae8952e ] License: Creative Cloud Language setting: en Operating system: Mac OS 12 Version: 12.0.1 [21A559] Application architecture: arm64
It's found that, some times in a "Develop" view, after clicking on an image, it will be zoom into ratio like: 50%, then I manually click 100% on the left upper corner Navigator, then the image and following images will be zoom in to 100% after clicking.
But, in some other images (radomly), after clicking, it will zoom in 50% but not 100% again.
Is there any setting can fix the zoom-in ration to 100% for clicking?
The 100% item just to the right of "Fit" needs to be highlighted which will happen if you click on that. As long as the 100% figure is highlighted, when you click in the image in either Develop or Library it will zoom the view to 100% centered at the point where you click.
Ya, what's happening is, sometimes, the 50% will be the one highlighting after clicking on the image, I need to manually click 100%, THEN after clicking, in another images, after clicking, it will zoom in 50% again instead of 100%, weird.
Thanks for the link, I will read and resetting it.
e.g. I've clicked 100% as zoom in ration, then in the fit window, if I use 2 fingers zoom-in by using touchpad, to ration e.g. 47%, this 47% will be remembered, next time, when I use mouse single click on a image under "fit" view, it will be zoomed into the 47% ration, I need to manually click 100% again.