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I have changed my keyboard to a 60%, wireless mechanical and the '\' key has been moved and now requires a combination of keys to be held (ctrl + alt + #).

This obviously impacts my ability to switch between before and after previews.

I am wondering if I can change the keyboard preset shortcuts to a different key so that I can more easily switch between the two?

I am running Windows 10

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I was forwarded to this link from another site that appears to have some form of an answer: https://www.lightroomqueen.com/custom-keyboard-shortcuts/

TL;DR

  • Navigate to: Windows—C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Lightroom\Resources\en\
  • Create a plain text file in that folder and name it TranslatedStrings_Lr_en_US.txt
  • Search another language's file for the shortcut you wish to copy, ie Resources\es\TranslatedStrings_Lr_es_ES.txt
  • Use search function to find specific shortcut required and copy into the new .txt file (ie. “$$$/LibraryMenus/MenuShortcut/DecreaseRating=a”)
  • Save the file and open up Lightroom
  • @flolilolilo - The article is kind of... verbose. I thought leaving a link would be best, but I can copy and paste for you if you like. – physicsboy Jul 31 '18 at 6:57
  • My apologies for reviving this thread but it appears that this trick is no longer working. Lightroom recently received an update (which added the Texture slider) which broke this workaround. I noticed that the folder "en" was removed and re-adding it causes Lightroom to not start. Can anyone else confirm this? – Tomas May 18 at 19:24
  • @Tomas- Hi!. Nope, I can not confirm this... I just added the folder with the text document and Lighroom started just fine. I used it to change the shortcuts for the brush size to , and . in a German keyboard. It worked just as it used to on the older version. So your problem must be somehting else. Just wanted to let you know. PS At first I could not directly add the txt file to the location, so I had to create it somewhere else and move it there with administrator rights. – Diego Banuelos May 20 at 20:10

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