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Ability to set default view in Affinity Photo (100%, fit to screen etc.)


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I agree with stranded. My preference is to work in Separated Mode, both in Affinity Photo and Designer. I find it quite annoying to have an image open at a random window size and magnification, even at a random position (well, life is like a box of chocolates alright...). Equally annoying is the absence of a Fit to Screen command. The Zoom to Fit command only fits the image to its present window, but does not fit the window to the available space. Photoshop's Fit Screen does size both the image and it's window to make best use of available space. So I'd like to expand stranded's wish list by one more point:

"1) If the image is bigger than the actual workspace, fit it to screen

2) if the image is smaller than the workspace, show 100%

3) ability to set custom behavior for zoom levels in the UI"

4) ability to zoom both image and window to available space with a single button/command (similar to Fit Screen in PS)

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