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I'm unable to set the Zoom level to 100% by using my beloved Shortcut Ctrl + 1
after upgrading Photoshop to its newest version (CC; 14.0; x64).

I can still use the Zoom tool (Z) and click the appearing 100%, but thats not really handy.

Is this a known (and maybe fixable) bug or indented behavour?

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CTRL/Command + 1 still zooms to 100%. Check your keyboard shortcuts. – Scott Dec 30 '13 at 0:40
Thank you @Scott, I didn't knew about the Keyboard Shortcuts-menu before. For some strange reason it was set to 1 instead of Ctrl+1 (didn't touch any of it!). – RienNeVaPlus Dec 30 '13 at 0:47
Also check that your numlock is ON. This bit me just now, and I ended up here before realizing it. – liviucmg Jun 20 '14 at 11:36
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Check your keyboard shortcuts in preferences or simply press alt and use the scroll bar which is much more convinient

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