So I just bought a new macbook pro, and I quickly noticed that something I design on Photoshop CC on my Macbook pro is actually double the size on any other standard monitor. I noticed that the "quick fix" is just to zoom to 200% to see how it'll look on regular screens, but I was wondering... is there any setting or feature that I can enable so that I'm not zooming in to 200% every time I want to see how it woud look on regular screens?
Thanks in advance!
Moving this discussion to the Photoshop General Discussion forum.
I have the same problem, it's not possible for me to quickly make web design mockups in PS CC on a Macbook Pro retina.
I'm wondering why Adobe can't add this feature already supported by Sketch:
"Do you want to use these to see the document at the same size but with more detail, or do you want a pixel-accurate rendering at a much smaller size?"
This way it would be possible to use PS in webdesign without having to work at 200% zoom (not ideal really)