PS 23.3.1: Zoom to Fit Shortcut (Ctrl-0) quit working. Button Works Correctly

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Apr 29, 2022 Apr 29, 2022

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My work computer is a PC (Windows 10 Enterprise). I noticed this an update or two ago (maybe 23.3.0) that hitting Ctrl-0 no longer zooms to fit to the screen. Instead, it just fits the image (up or down) to the current frame size. If I make the frame smaller, it fits to the smaller frame.

 

I float my windows, and don't tile them. Sometimes I'll have multiple windows overlapping and some minimized. When I go to the zoom tool, and use the button in the toolbar, it works fine, or as it always has. But the keyboard shortcut no longer zooms to fit.

 

This has been a regular part of my workflow for as long as I can remember - 15+ years and multiple OS and versions. On my personal iMac, I'm running 23.2.2 and it works as expected. But, I just updated my iMac to 23.3.1 and now it doesn't work. I saw that there was a fixed bug when windows were tiled, where it did not properly zoom to fit. But did the floating windows version get killed with the 23.3.0+ updates, when that bug was fixed?

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Apr 29, 2022 Apr 29, 2022

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Hi, have you tried to reset the preferences?

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/preferences.html

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Apr 29, 2022 Apr 29, 2022

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No, I haven't tried that yet. I've never needed to do that in 20 years of using PS. Also, another worker in my office who routinely uses ctrl-0 is having the same problem. And then, just now updating my Mac OS version from 23.2.2 to 23.3.1 and it started doing it leads me to believe it could be an issue with the new versions of Photoshop.

 

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Thank you - it looks like it's a bug then, and it continued into 23.3.1.

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If so mark my answer as correct to help others with same problem 😉

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