You don't need to hold 'Z' down in photoshop to zoom-in though.
'Z' selects the Zoom tool, which can zoom in or out.
The temporary pan & zoom tools (which returns to the tool you already are using after the pan/zoom is executed which in itself is another time saver/convenience/friction reducer) are invoked in all the Adobe CC apps with the three finger modifier dance of:
* spacebar" for pan
* "spacebar" + "⌘" for Zoom In (macOS)
* "spacebar" + "⌘" + "⌥" for Zoom Out (macOS)
using either click, marquee or click&drag for dynamic zooming in some of the apps
As someone who trained a lot of students and industry veterans in PS and AI I insisted that they get these and other shortcuts to become like second nature because it literally saves hours in the week they're used so often.
I advocated for for these short cuts and they were deemed "modal" and therefore not appropriate for a long time. Eventually, IIRC, cwright asked for a panning shortcut and "spacebar" modal was implemented. I don't do Vuo these days, hoping to come back one day, but I was constantly trying to use the Adobe shortcuts to zoom in and out of composition details as I worked on bigger comps, which is like "everything" you do because Vuo still doesn't have local sub-compositions for organising larger compositions into component paths which you don't want stored and accessed as a separate file.
We believe this is related to the bug report "export app" clash. We believe it should run under Vuo 2.2.1. Alternatively, you can try removing the subcomposition and 3rd-party node. We are working on a fix.
●●●○ — It prevents me from completing a specific task with Vuo.
Steps causing the bug to occur:
Select export to Mac App
When 'compiling' VUO crashes
Having spent many, many hours building this lighting interface for my studio, I would like to run it as an app. I would be very appreciative if you are able to tell me what the problem is, and how I might be able to change the composition so that it will export as a Mac app.
Paul I've used the camera control app you mentioned before but it stopped working in later versions of OSX. I switched to Webcam Settings and have used that from time-to-time. Depending on the webcam you use it has many possible controls for exposure, focus, white balance, colour controls, flicker control, and ways to override apps like Skype that try to take control of the camera.
Excellent, doesn't seem to be anything available on the Mac yet to do this but there are those who have done it for their own projects, for example
There are a whole bunch of USB cameras out there that support control through UVC, I have this one
I can control it from a few Windows apps, but nothing on Mac that I can find.
Want t use it for a camera based projection mapping project ... would be great in Vuo. :-)