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Zooming one or more selected layer

Zooming one or more selected layer: Photoshop 2020 New Features
Zooming one or more selected layer: Photoshop 2020 New Features

In Photoshop 2020, you can zoom one or more selected layers so they fill the entire screen. You can select one or more layers—or even a group—inside the Layers panel and then choose a command from the View menu called Fit Layer(s) on the screen. Note that Photoshop zooms the active layers to fit the full pixel contents, regardless of the layer masks. You can zoom an unmasked adjustment layer to take in the entire canvas. Deke also shows you how to assign a keyboard shortcut that might help when zooming in Full-Screen mode.

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