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Dragging photoshop library images loses size

Explorer ,
Dec 03, 2023 Dec 03, 2023

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Hello, I just noticed something and can’t figure out how to fix it. I have some overlay images in my Photoshop Creative Cloud library that I usually keep on hand and use in my images from time to time. I just noticed today that all of a sudden when I click and drag some of my overlays onto an image, it is placing on top of an image in a very small size. It’s never been like that before. I went to check in the library itself and the files there are the original size, I also right clicked on overlays in photoshop itself, went to “get info” and it is showing an original size there as well. But when I drag it, it’s being placed very small.

Also tried to right click in photoshop library and choose “place layers” and it’s placing it in original size, which is at least a solution, but it’s never been like that before, maybe it’s some kind of a bug after an update.

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Dec 03, 2023 Dec 03, 2023

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Changing the document resolution is probably the answer. Check your document resolution from Image > Image Size. If it is 72, change it to 300. Actually, open the image from Libraries and check its resolution, then ensure that the document resolution matches the resolution of the image you want to place before dragging it.

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