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100 Points

Sat, Nov 17, 2018 12:18 PM

New document or old document doesn't open in its original size

THE DOCUMENT SIZE DOESN'T APPEAR 1:1 SIZE THAT IS THE ORIGINAL PAPER SIZE ENTERED RATHER LIKE A MINIATURE VERSION OF IT

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199 Messages

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3.6K Points

2 years ago

WHAT is going on with your screenshot?
It's been blown way up and that black and white rectangular region manually added. I'm not understanding why . . .

Respond with a screenshot of your New Document dialogue right before you hit OK, and include a screenshot of your entire Photoshop window after you hit OK on the New Document dialogue.

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the white rectangular region is the new document!! that is what the problem is!!

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Yikes!
Not good.

What Photoshop version are you running?

What happens if you press "f" to cycle through the different screenmodes?

If you don't have your Windows app scale/DPI set to 100%, does it make a difference if you set it back to 100%?

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nothing is happening using the different screen mode, it is just changing a bit but nothing like major. I am using cc 2017 ver and my windows scale is 250% recommended 3840x2160 resolution recommended.

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Ok.

No chance of updating to the current Photoshop? Might fix it.

250% is really high. Just for testing purposes, have you tried changing it to 100% temporarily?

Have you read any PS 2017 ui related threads, such as: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2230563?

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I am thinking to upgrade the version, yeah I tried but it makes the overall text size of my laptop smaller. yeah, I tried finding the solution for my problem but it seems like I am the only one who encountered such issue, might as well have to talk to my tech guy.. anyway thank you for your help so far!!!