I feel like I'm going crazy here, has this always been the case?
If I'm using the arrow keys to nudge an object on a layer in any direction, I thought it was ALWAYS 1px/10px for a nudge/shift+nudge. Today, while experimenting with the new Smart Guide features in Photoshop CC, I noticed that a nudge was actually moving 3px at a different zoom level. Obviously, I understand the rationale behind this (if you're totally zoomed out to 12.5% for example, and you want to nudge an object by tapping the arrow key you won't "notice" much of a change on-screen, so they've increased the nudge amount based on the zoom level.)
Okay, I get that, but I'd still like to be able to lock-in the standard 1px/10px ratio for nudge/shift+nudge at ANY zoom level.
Is this possible? I adjust my nudge increments all the time in Illustrator as needed, I rely on it's precision at any zoom level (even if I'm so zoomed out I cannot discern the difference on-screen, I know that I have nudged the object the exact distance I intended, because it's locked in.)