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Feature Request in the organizer: A shortcut to display the image at 100% instead of fit in view.

Adobe Community Professional ,
Oct 19, 2021 Oct 19, 2021

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One of the first stages after a shooting session is to review the downloaded and catalogued files to cull bad shots.

- The organizer view maxed out for a single thumbnail is 'fit in view'. That's not enough to judge the sharpness of an image, especially if you don't have a hi-res display.

- The old solution was to use the 'F11' full view which works well for that task, but which requires one minute to start... I imagine the code is too old to hope for any enhancement in that feature.

- As a matter of fact, if you have both the editor and the organizer open, it's much faster to open in the editor, double click the magnifier glass for 100% view and examination.

- To be fair, it's even faster and more powerful to setup a free external viewing tool as a secondary editor for the organizer.

 

My request would be an option to display the 100% view from a shortcut or a button when you are in the 'fit in view' display of a single image.

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Michel, you have 100% support from me for this feature request. 

 

I would add to the request by saying that, once in single image view, you should be able to zoom in and out on the image with a mouse wheel scroll.  This may not be advantageous as the Organizer is only working with smaller thumbnails????

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Michel, you have 100% support from me for this feature request. 

 

I would add to the request by saying that, once in single image view, you should be able to zoom in and out on the image with a mouse wheel scroll.  This may not be advantageous as the Organizer is only working with smaller thumbnails????


By @Greg_S.

 

Greg,

The thumbnails are stored in the sqlite database file 'thumb5.cache' in two sizes:160 x 120 and 320 x 240 pixels. That's not enough for the single view; the cache version is replaced very fast with a better resolution one from the original, adapted to the size of the single picture display space.

Thumb5.jpg

So, it should not be a big challenge to display the full 100% version from the original file, like in the F11 full screen mode. By the way, the solution: button 'editor' followed by double clickon the magnifying glass is very fast (a few seconds) once the editor is online. Of course, for raws, there is the conversion time; that means it's more efficient to review a batch of raws directly in the ACR module.

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Thanks for the explanation, Michel.  I've never really thought about the thumbnail vs. SIV differences.  For me, my SIV raw files appear almost instantly.  I guess it depends on computer specs.

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