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monokakata

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Original poster
May 8, 2008
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This isn't a new problem for me, but I'm getting tired of it -- and can't find an answer.

Latest InDesign CC (same with earlier versions). Let's say I'm working at 100%. Without my asking for a change, I can trigger a shift to 113.5%, or larger, just by using a tool or different module. It never goes smaller. On occasion when I start up a project that I left at 100%, it will start up at a much larger magnification.

This is annoying -- even more annoying is that I can't find a solution. Surely there's a way to make the display stay where I've put it, under all circumstances. Isn't there?

I trashed my Preferences but that didn't help.

iMac Pro, latest High Sierra (but it did this on my old iMac and old OSs).

Any suggestions?
 

eyoungren

macrumors Penryn
Aug 31, 2011
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This isn't a new problem for me, but I'm getting tired of it -- and can't find an answer.

Latest InDesign CC (same with earlier versions). Let's say I'm working at 100%. Without my asking for a change, I can trigger a shift to 113.5%, or larger, just by using a tool or different module. It never goes smaller. On occasion when I start up a project that I left at 100%, it will start up at a much larger magnification.

This is annoying -- even more annoying is that I can't find a solution. Surely there's a way to make the display stay where I've put it, under all circumstances. Isn't there?

I trashed my Preferences but that didn't help.

iMac Pro, latest High Sierra (but it did this on my old iMac and old OSs).

Any suggestions?
Only thing I can think of is that you are using a Magic Mouse and that you bump the spine of the mouse with the palm of your hand or finger(s).

It's for that reason I use a wired Mighty Mouse at work.
 
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