Zooming in and out in people view [LR Classic 9.1, Windows 10]

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I've somehow zoomed way in on the faces in people view, and I can't seem to figure out how to zoom out. I've restarted LR, rebooted, and nothing seems to change. All the normal keyboard/mouse combinations aren't doing it. Any ideas?

Good grief this took forever to figure out!! I had the same issue. Press "T" and a hidden toolbar will pop up and then you can just drag the slider at the bottom right of the screen under the word "Thumbnail" to adjust the size!

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Zooming in and out in people view [LR Classic 9.1, Windows 10]

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I've somehow zoomed way in on the faces in people view, and I can't seem to figure out how to zoom out. I've restarted LR, rebooted, and nothing seems to change. All the normal keyboard/mouse combinations aren't doing it. Any ideas?

Good grief this took forever to figure out!! I had the same issue. Press "T" and a hidden toolbar will pop up and then you can just drag the slider at the bottom right of the screen under the word "Thumbnail" to adjust the size!

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Maybe a bug in 9.1

For me-

Keyboard shortcut [O] will enter People Faces view, but it will NOT toggle me back to Grid View.

Also the menu 'View > People'  will enter People Faces, but NOT toggle me back to Grid View.

The only way I can toggle 'People View' on/off is by mouse clicking on the 'People' icon on the Tool bar.

(Press [T] to toggle Tool Bar on if not visible below main window)

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.1, Photoshop 22.1, Lightroom 4.1, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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Thank you for your response, however, this is not the problem I'm seeing. I'm using the people view to identify faces and it shows me a grid of faces and guesses as to their names based on what I've already identified. In this view, faces are shown in a grid. Somehow, I've managed to zoom in on this people-view grid (not the "grid-view") and I can't zoom out again, which makes it very hard to sort the faces. 

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Have you checked that the Navigator View is set appropriately?

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If I use the navigator while in people view, it takes me out of people view and puts me back in loupe view, so, while I appreciate your response, it isn't helpful. My issue is that I can't zoom out on the grid of faces that people view shows me. 

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Can you post a couple of screen-clips to illustrate your problem. Show the Tool-bar below the main window also.

It is difficult to understand your reference to 'zoom' without seeing the problem.

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.1, Photoshop 22.1, Lightroom 4.1, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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Good grief this took forever to figure out!! I had the same issue. Press "T" and a hidden toolbar will pop up and then you can just drag the slider at the bottom right of the screen under the word "Thumbnail" to adjust the size!

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