2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 14, 2017 8:56 PM by russellbullock

    Zoom increment (with mouse wheel) suddenly zooming too fast

    russellbullock

      I like to use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out in Photoshop. I've used this feature for years. Suddenly though, the zoom increment is not going at the normal 25%, 33.3%, 50%...etc. If I start at 25%, it increments from there to 65%, then 169%, then 439.4% then 1142.44%.

       

      That's 4 mouse wheel increments that takes me from 25% all the way to over 1100%.

       

      It's never done this before and I have no idea how to change it back to the correct settings.

       

      I don't believe it is my mouse drivers as mouse scrolling works properly in all other applications.

       

      Any suggestions???

        • 1. Re: Zoom increment (with mouse wheel) suddenly zooming too fast
          postrophe Level 4

          Hi

           

          Please, Supply pertinent information for quicker answers.

          The more information you supply about your situation, the better equipped other community members will be to answer. Consider including the following in your question:

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          Pierre

          • 2. Re: Zoom increment (with mouse wheel) suddenly zooming too fast
            russellbullock Level 1

            Alienware mx17x r4 Laptop

            Processor: Intel Core i7-3840QM CPU @ 2.80 GHz

            RAM: 16GB

            GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 675m

            Windows 7 Home Premium (SP1)

            64-bit OS

            Adobe Photoshop CC Version: 2017.0.1

            Mouse: Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500

             

            I was using the mouse wheel to zoom in on a jpg file and had the results described.

             

            Edit: After posting this response, the problem seems to have corrected itself......computers....temperamental things ain't they?

             

            Thanks!