it would be great if the usability could be adapted to the other Adobe software. I am annoyed every day why the double click that is established in photoshop does not work here.
Carlos Sampaio commented
Please! This is killing me! I'm all the time clicking the magnifying glass and look like a dumb guy waiting for something to happen. And its so far away on the right upper corner, and then I have to scroll all the way with the mouse like it's 2009...
Big kudos for this one!
I agree with this feature request 100%. As GG commented, this is standard functionality in other Adobe products (Photoshop, Illustrator).
I'm taking full advantage of XD's speed and efficiency by creating many screen mockups on one LARGE canvas area. As you can imagine, navigating through 100+ screenshots can be a bit of a challenge so it's easier to just zoom all the way out (via double-click on the Zoom tool) and get your bearings.
Can we get this into the 3.2 release? It's not such a huge feature request.
Doug Haker commented
I've used Illustrator for more than 20 years. I'd like some tools to behave in the same way. One that I use all the time is the ability to double click on the magnifying glass to reset my document to 100%.
I swear this one trips me up about 20 times a day. Hard to go from one Adobe product to another and have the UX be different.
Note: as a workaround, you can use Cmd-1 as a shortcut to zoom to 100% -- you can do that with your left hand without taking your right hand off the mouse.