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Prior to dropping, press and hold the shift key.
However, if dragging from the Finder this does not work (a bug?)
A simple action will solve this:
If you want to download the action, here it is
I have assigned the F10 key as a shortcut. So after you drop, press F10.
I should have mentioned I'm using Windows.
I tried using Shift and that didn't work. I also tried Ctrl, Alt, Shift + Ctrl, Shift + Alt, Ctrl + Alt, and Shift + Ctrl + Alt. No difference.
I may just have to keep using CC 2017 for now.
Thanks for the help, though!
Also thank you for taking the time to make and upload the action, I appreciate it!
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I'm thinking it's a bug; I can repro as well. Opening images one-by-one in their own tabs and then dragging and dropping to the main document mimics the behavior one would expect; the image centers once it arrives in the target document.
Interesting. I guess it just doesn't like dragging images directly from Explorer.
Thanks! I've just installed this action - saves me loads of time.
You're a gem!