Scrolling and panning images


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Scrolling and panning images

If you're sufficiently zoomed into an image then you can't take any entire image at once, meaning that you need to able around by scrolling or if you prefer panning the image inside Photoshop. So here I am looking at Everlasting.jpg that insanely cool illustration from the Photolia Image library, and I'm going to go ahead and zoom this image to 100% by going out to the View menu and choosing actual pixels, or I can press Ctrl+1, Command+1 on the Mac. Now a note about that keyboard shortcut. It assumes that you're not using the old channel shortcuts.

If I go to the Edit menu and choose a keyboard shortcuts command or press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+K, Command+Shift+Option +K on the Mac, brings up the keyboard Shortcut's dialog box and there is this checkbox right here. It's turned off by default. But if you turn it on, you will reinstate the old shortcuts from Photoshop CS3 and earlier. That dictated that Ctrl+1 or Command+1 on the Mac took you to the Red channel. So you don'...

Scrolling and panning images
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Scrolling and panning images provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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