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Jul 03, 2020

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Hi,

 

After installing PS CS6 on my new labtop, it doesn't zoom frames along with the picture.  I've activated "zoom changes window-size"

 

thanks for a hint,

 

Aki

 

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frames don't zoom in PS CS6

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Hi,

 

After installing PS CS6 on my new labtop, it doesn't zoom frames along with the picture.  I've activated "zoom changes window-size"

 

thanks for a hint,

 

Aki

 

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Jul 10, 2020

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I believe you want to go to Edit>Preferences>Interface and uncheck Open Documents as Tabs

 

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Hi,

 

thanks for your reply,  but I have this unchecked already ...

 

thanks,

 

Aki

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Jul 10, 2020

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Have you installed all the cs6 updates by going to Help>Updates in photoshop cs6?

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Jul 11, 2020

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I have version 13.0.1 and have read somewhere that the latest update is 13.0.1.3, but when I make creative cloud search for updates, it shows that it is already "actual";  the three dots on the right don't lead anywhere to uptdates;

 

It is also very slow, although I gave it 7 GB ram

 

thanks for your reply 🙂ps update.jpg

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ps ram - Kopie.jpgnn

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Jul 11, 2020

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Are you using a keyboard shortcut ( Ctrl++ and Ctrl+-) or the Zoom Tool?

 

You can get the 13.0.1.3 installer from here:

 

https://supportdownloads.adobe.com/detail.jsp?ftpID=5677

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I use either the keyboard shortcuts or the mouse-wheel, neither one works with the frames, but I just tried the zoom-tool, and that one works;  much more complicated though, if you zoom a lot;

 

I just installed the update, thanks for the link.  I restarted the notebook, but it didn't change anything.  In "help-about photoshop", still the original version appears, but I assume that's normal;

 

thanks,

 

Aki

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Jul 12, 2020

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Using the Scroll wheel on mouse doesn't resize the document window, it only zooms the image.

 

If in Preferences>General you have Zoom Resizes Window checked then Ctrl + +/Ctrl + - zooms in out of image while resizing the document window. If you add Alt to the shortcuts then the window does not resize.

 

If you have Zoom Resizes Window unchecked in Preferences>General, then the Al+Ctrl++/Alt + Ctrl+- resizes the windows while zooming and Ctrl++/Ctrl+- does not.

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Jul 12, 2020

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aaaaahhhh ... the new laptop has the Alt+Ctrl just at the place where the old one has the Ctrl   🙂

 

thank you very much!  

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