tap moving next file, enlarged position issue

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Jul 12, 2022 Jul 12, 2022

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Hello.
With multiple images enlarged and opened in Photoshop, when I press cmd+tab to move on to the next image, the previous image's enlarged position, not the last enlarged position, is maintained in the next image.
For example, when I open several pictures of people, zoom in on the screen so that they're full of shoes, put the screen up to show the head in the first file, and then move on to the next image, I don't see the shoes, I see the head.
It was fixed to the last position before, but I want to know how to reset it. Thank you.

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Jul 12, 2022 Jul 12, 2022

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Try going to Window>Arrange>Match (zoom, position, all).

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could you tell me which one please?

i'd try all of match option, but it matched same location or center of image.

hope you teach me more information. thx.

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Are your images the same size dimensions?

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Yes its same size

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If the shoe in the same position in each photo, you should be able to move your visible image to the proper x y coordinates then go to Window>Arrange>Match Zoom first then Match Position and all the other documents should end up in the same x y position.

 

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The other documents will not move automatically or match zoom if you change anything. You'd have to run the Match process each time.

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