The Zoom Indicator should not be in decimals
I dont know whats going on but the zoom indicator at the top of the UI that displays the zoom percentage should not be in decimals. I dont know why its like that. Nobody works that way. Nobody says, " Oh, i need to be zoomed in at 156.73%." Nobody says that. Just make it 156% or 157%. Dont add decimals. Remove them. This is an easy fix. This is not a feature request. This is a design issue. Please fix it.
This is not made not for 'saying' it... It’s about the precision and the truth about the zoom level and the ability to zoom at the level a user needs. Some tasks require that. This is a shared behaviour across all Adobe’s apps, to display 2 decimal spaces.
Sure, it’s more common now to hide decimal spaces... Apps that don’t do that are Inkscape (and the zoom is quite choppy), Corel Draw, Xara, Figma... Affinity Designer does this (1 decimal space).
But honestly it never bothers me just because I don’t use animated zoom (but on desktop), and zoom levels are almost always integer for me :) My OCD would surely go bananas!(Edited by admin)