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I like Capture One, but... zooming...

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  • Christian Gruner
    Double-click in Viewer, and you get 100% crop. Or use the scroll-wheel on the mouse.
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  • Ian Wilson
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    And when you double-click to get 100%, it is centred on the point in the image where you double clicked.

    Ian
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  • Andriy.Okhrimets
    There is also a great tool called loupe which makes focus checking and image checking fast and easy, and you also can customise your zoom level and loupe size, due to that I almost never use zoom.
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  • Keith Reeder
    The original poster knows about the Loupe, Andriy:
    r10k wrote:
    I realise there's the loupe tool and a few other ways of getting to a 100% view, but they're still slow or clunky
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  • Andriy.Okhrimets
    Yeh, but what I am saying that is faster.
    Keith Reeder looks like you checking every post I made, and this is highly appreciated 😊
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  • Neil Snape
    Zooming with the wheel is frustrating. If there was a way to uncheck it I would be happy. As, coming from LR, in the tools/dev the scroll wheel changes the brush size on a Magic Mouse. I am constantly forgetting this. Is there a way to make brush size scroll wheel?
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  • Ian Wilson
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    In preferences, you can uncheck zoom with scroll wheel (in the general section). I don't think you can change it to change brush size with the mouse, because it's keyboard shortcuts only that you can customise. (But presumably you know that you can change brush size with [ and ].

    Ian
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  • Neil Snape
    Found it, first tab in preferences, thanks.
    Yes the brush shortcuts are the same as Photoshop. It is only LR that has brush size with scroll wheel which is ideal with the Magic Mouse.
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  • LSdigi.com
    If you're using a Wacom tablet, clicking on the pen button zooms it in 100%, which I find the most convenient.

    Also there's ALT + Spacebar. Comes in handy as you can do that without having to specifically select the loupe tool.
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