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I want a shortcut that takes me back to "Fit to View" - get the big picture.  I've looked & I don't think there is. The 'Z' doesn't always (usually doesn't) return to "View it all". Hitting Ctrl-'-' 5 times isn't the answer either.

Am I missing something?

 

Would be nice to zoom to 1:1 with a key for sharpness, spot removal, precision brushing, etc. 'Z' kinda does that - but not quite.

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Shortcut for Fit To View

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I want a shortcut that takes me back to "Fit to View" - get the big picture.  I've looked & I don't think there is. The 'Z' doesn't always (usually doesn't) return to "View it all". Hitting Ctrl-'-' 5 times isn't the answer either.

Am I missing something?

 

Would be nice to zoom to 1:1 with a key for sharpness, spot removal, precision brushing, etc. 'Z' kinda does that - but not quite.

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You don't use keyboard shortcuts at all for that. Click once in the image for 1:1, click once more to return to Fit View.

 

In Library you first double-click to get Fit View, then as above.

 

 

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What size image are you working with?

With smaller, lower Pixel Count, images going to the 1:1 view can make the image smaller and Fit View makes it bigger. The Opposite of what you would expect.

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You might like to have a look through here and either submit or support a feature request.

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Not sure if this is relevant to your question, but-

1) Click the mouse cursor on 'Fit' on the Navigator panel header,

2) Click the mouse cursor on '1:1'

Now you can toggle the Zoom view by pressing the [SPACEBAR]. 

The zoom view will toggle   Fit<>1:1 until you click to change the zoom options.

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Thanks. I do use the 'Z' key on occasion. About 75% of the time, it does what I think it should. 25mp images - pretty normal.

I have recently been clicking on the 'Fit' button. If that is the way, it needs to be bigger (bigger target) - Fitts law and all that. 

Which leads to the feature request link. Yep. That is probably the next step. I just don't want Lightroom to become like Word - all things to all people - in all ways. 

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