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In both CC18 and CC19 I don't have this problem and I have never met it up till now.
In CC20 when Im (scrubby) zooming canvas it is behaving normally but when I rotate canvas (R) and then try to zoom on certain part of canvas it takes some random point as it's anchor. It seems that usually it is the center of canvas, but sometimes it zooms to corners or even beyond the canvas.
Is there some checkbox for it in preferences or it's a bug?
I’ve moved this from “Get Started” to “Photoshop” where you are more likely to get a proper response.
This is a bug and has been reported to Adobe. Hopefully, they will fix it soon.
Any idea if/when a fix is coming? I saw an update get pushed out like last week or so, but it's still behaving weird for me. blehhhh
Thanks, hope they´re gonna fix it soon, this sucks co much...
I have the same problem. I can see its been 8 months and no response to a solution. I have to restart Photoshop every 2 hours or so to make it work properly.
August 4th and still having the same issue. Bit maddening when you work in PS for hours.
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Hello, Ps22 that has just been released does have a zoom centering issue in its fixed list https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/fixed-issues.html#photoshop-desktop-fixed-issues
I recommend to install it while keeping the older version installed, as explained in: https://helpx.adobe.com/be_en/download-install/using/install-previous-version.html