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In Photoshop what is causing my settings to change?

Asked by Dog (24763points) July 8th, 2009

I have been a Photoshop user for years and lately much to my vexation the settings are changing in CS2.

For instance I added a grid view for a short time on a project and now every image that opens has the grid.

Also my magnifying glass now is in negative to reduce instead of positive and I need to hold the option key to use it.

I have looked on forums without success. Perhaps it is because it is a simple fix and I am the only person on the planet who does not know it.

Any help would be appreciated as it is annoying to have to take the extra steps when editing dozens of images.

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Bri_L's avatar

For the grid. If you open photoshop, open a new document then go to view>show>grid and uncheck it. that should make it go away.

For the magnifying glass, If you go to the top there should be two pictures of the magnifying glass. one with a + and one with a -. click on the + one.

Dog's avatar

@Bri_L you amazing Lemur! Many thanks!

johnny0313x's avatar

I’m using CS4 but for me at the top in the options menu that runs under the file edit view menu there is the neg and pos button for the magnifying glass,maybe click the positive on if you have that option and then it will stay. I am sure it’s something very similar to that.

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