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  1. Hi, I'm noticing that when switching between 2 documents, Photo briefly flashes the image for the tab I'm switching to at the 'Zoom to fit' size when the size is actually at 100%. If I have two versions of an image open and I'm trying to switch back and forth between to get a sense of the differences this creates a distraction. To reproduce: I'm using 2 1280 x 720 images that I have on two different tabs, both are set to view at 100% and I'm just switching between tabs. Photo will briefly show the image when you switch as though you had zoomed to fit before it shows the image at it's actual zoom level of 100% I'm running Photo on Windows 10. Thanks!
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