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    23 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » UI  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    JM commented  · 

    Yes, why hasn't scrubby zoom been a thing in InDesign already? Please add it. I'm SURE if you read a couple articles on the internet you'll glean at least a minor understanding of what muscle memory is. MOST of us designers use multiple apps -- it should be SEAMLESS to move between them. There are so many inconsistencies it makes me want to throw a metaphorical brick through this company's metaphorical windows! So while you're at it, please make the Pen tool behave consistently also. Thanks.

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    I want scrubby zoom in ID that works EXACTLY as it does on AI & PS (2020+) for me. I don't have the GPU option under preferences, but this should work ANYWAY. You guys need to get some consistency between your products. Humans work on muscle memory. I use AI a lot, and PS quite a bit, so when I move over to ID my hands do the motions to which they are accustomed. Start listening to your users, and thinking about their workflows and needs for a change.

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    JM commented  · 

    This is occurring in Windows 7 as well. It happened the first time I ever tried scrolling through glyphs. It is a font where the glyphs are microscopic for some reason. I clicked the increase ("mountain") icon to make them legible, and immediately unable to scroll. Click the decrease and make them illegible and I can scroll if there are only 2 pages of glyphs. Increase the size to more than that and it will not scroll.

    With this issue, I can see only the first few rows and last few rows of glyphs.

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