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Zoom Current Artboard to Fit (or to 100%)

Currently, Cmd-0 fits the entire XD set of Artboards into view. It would be nice that if an Artboard is selected, the same command will fit THAT Artboard into the view (similar to InDesign, where there are 2 commands, one for Fit All and one for Fit Page/Spread, but needing only one keyboard shortcut for both, purely dependent on what you have selected or not.

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  • Tania commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Now, (Command 3 or Ctrl 3) are for centering and fit to screen the selected artboard. Cool! Just found out reading this discussion... :D

  • Tomás commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    To be consistent with other Adobe apps (Ai, PS, iD) the shortcut should be cmd + 0 instead. It was my intuitive guess before I had to search for it and arrive here.

  • Kelley Mangel commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I completely agree. Just to add on to this request, it would be great if when you double click on an artboard, it brings that artboard into view.

  • Kelly McCathran commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It would be immensely helpful to have two different view options for fitting pages (Like Adobe Illustrator and other established Adobe applications).

    I would love to see:

    View > Fit page in Window (Command 0 or Ctrl 0) fit the active page on screen.

    AND

    View > Fit ALL Pages in Window (Command Opt 0 or Ctrl Alt 0)

    More often I want to zoom the screen to the active page I'm working on. Currently Command 0 is Zoom to Fit (meaning all pages).

    The wording is different from other Adobe Applications and the functionality isn't what I expected. (Command 0 should just fit one page).

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