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Weird; ctrl-alt-0 always seems to work for me here.
You sure it's not a wireless keyboard intermittent connectivity issue?
Absolutely positive. It's a wired keyboard. Plus I can still do Ctrl+ and Ctrl- and Alt-slider.
I've just tried to replicate the problem. Try this:
Set the CR display to something other than 100%. Slide a few sliders in the basic panel, and then do Ctr-Alt-0. Now click a different tab, and try Ctrl-Alt-0 again. For me, it only works after clicking the tab.
It looks like I'm unable to do Ctrl-Alt-0 when the current focus is on a slider value (ie it's just been selected or changed). However, I can still do Ctrl+ etc.
There seems to be a number of things that don't always work. I think that is especially true on a PC. Eric uses, I would guess, a Mac. And it's probably a very powerful one. When things don't work on my PC I just figure that it will usually work itself out and it usually does. Those who use a Mac always seem to prefer it over a PC. But I'm too old and too broke to change.
This happens here if cursor is on an adjustment slider value. For example:
Open image in acr, do ctrl-alt-0. View will go to 100%. Ctrl-0 to return to 'fit in view.'
Now either click on an adjustment slider (such as exposure), with or without changing its value (value entry box will be selected - highlighted), or place cursor in numeric entry box for a slider (without changing its value). Now if you try ctrl-alt-0 image display will not change -- will bot go to 100%
Now hit Enter key to get cursor focus out of the adjustment slider box. Once again ctrl-alt-0 will bring 100& image view.
This does not appear to affect ctrl-0 action, which will work with or without cursor focus on adjustment slider.
Enter?! Yes, it works!
I always avoided the Enter key, as that usually translates to 'Done'. But it seems that there is some inconsistency in key operation when a slider is in focus.
I wonder if that's by design/accident, or if it's related to the Windows APIs used by the plug-in.