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    isaac commented  · 

    Agreed! Give us the option.

    While we're at it, why aren't simple user interface preferences like this universal across Adobe's apps? This should be available not only in PS, but inDesign, AI, etc.

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    isaac commented  · 

    Bump. Fix it, Adobe.

    In the meantime, please let us adjust what ppi InDesign thinks our monitors have to try to fix it on our own.

    re: Dan

    I tried your workaround only to discover my User Interface Scaling was already set to "Small" (1/6) :<
    Can confirm that changing this setting affected "Actual Size." See below.

    27" monitor: Dell P2721Q, 3840 x 2160, 163ppi
    Windows 11, scale is set to 125% in System > Display. Changing this setting also yields different scales. I guess it's just real messed up.

    UI Sizing: 1/6 --> "Actual Size" = 90.18%
    UI Sizing: 2/6 --> "Actual Size" = 108.93%
    UI Sizing: 3/6 --> "Actual Size" = 143.75%

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