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by Aditya

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Basically I don't think you can do what you are trying to do. There are some decent workarounds that you can read about here on a thread about similar functionality in Photoshop(https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1323412). Lightroom 4.3 added OSX Retina support, then in the 5 Beta Preview they added HiDPI Windows support. This includes automatic scaling of ...


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You can use the PageUp and PageDown keys to pan. PageUp -> Pan up PageDown -> Pan down Shift + PageUp -> Pan left Shift + PageDown -> Pan right Found this over at the Adobe forums


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I recently ran into the same problem. What seemed to fix it for me was simply to rename (within LR) the folder the images were in (I actually did this with a parent folder) and then change the name back. No steps in between. Weird, but it worked.



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