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Strange Glitch with Magnifying Glass

Posted on 2003-12-01
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Hello,

I've been using Adobe Photoshop 7.0 on my computer for about one year without any hiccups. Recently the magnifying glass has been acting up. When I use it, the default state is the zoom out instead of zooming in. I have to press Alt to get it to zoom in. Does anyone know what's causing this? I'd like to avoid a reinstall if possible.

Thanks,
Tim
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Because you have the zoom out tool selected. With the magnifying glass selected in the toolbar, go to your Info bar. The one across the top. There should be 2 magnifying glass icons on the left. One is for zoom out, and one is for zoom in. You have the zoom out tool selected.
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Thanks, weed! Don't know how I missed it. :)
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