I have a question regarding the Zoom capabilities when searching for a gray pixel for "white balance." Is there a way to have the Zoom get closer to the pixels? I noted that the zoom is excellent when using "ACDSee Free" app for viewing images. You can spot the gray pixel right away. As you can see, I am not very knowledgeable, but am I missing a step in ON1 for it to work like an app like "ACDSee"? Thank you.
Clicking on the image with the Zoom tool only toggles between 2 settings—Fit View and 100%. There is a slider at the top of the screen you can use or you can use the hotkeys Command/Control-Plus or Cmd/Ctl-Minus change it. Cmd/Ctl-+ will zoom in until you get to about 400% enlargement.0
Thank you, Brian. I tried the 400%, but it is not easy to find the gray pixels in some images. If you compare the difference with ACDSee Free, you'll notice the correct gray pixel. I just thought there might be another way to go beyond 400%. Thanks for answering my question. Happy Holidays.0
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