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The Lightroom 4 Missing FAQ says that you can't change the default crop ratio but you can crop multiple images at the same time by either selecting them in grid view and cropping via the quick develop panel (which centres the crop on the centre of the original image) or by cropping one image and then synchronising the others (which places the crop in the ...


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After cropping the first photo to the ratio of your choice and switching to the next photo - type Shift-A to get into the crop tool with the same aspect ratio as last used.


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RawTherapee, and other raw processors, usually create sidecar files containing the edits you've made. If you delete the sidecar file while RawTherapee is closed, the next time you open the image, RawTherapee will start with the default profile. If I recall correctly, the sidecar file is named the same as the image with the extension pp3. If you have multiple ...


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Switch to the File Browser view and find your image. Right click on the little green check mark and select "Processing profile options" followed by "Clear". That will reset the sidecar file to the unedited / default state. For partial reverts, in the History pane on the left, click on the step you're interested in keeping - the ones after (below) that will ...


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If you're on a Mac, and there is a menu-item for what you are willing to do, you can assign keyboard-shortcuts to these menu-items. These are the instruction: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH3957


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Lightroom doesn't allow you to configure your own shortcuts and isn't really perfect for use with I'm a wedding photographer so I had to find a way to edit many photos fast and we recently bought VSCO keys (http://vsco.co/vscokeys). After some getting used to it does exactly what you asked for. You can configure your own layout. We created a layout with ...


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The answer to this is that Auto-Sync was on. Turn it off and the behavior reverts. (http://www.lightroomforums.net/showthread.php?13307-how-do-I-turn-off-auto-sync) [Y]ou can use the menu bar: in Library go to Metadata menu and uncheck Enable Auto-Sync. In Develop, the Enable Auto-Sync option is in the Settings menu.


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Based on Adobe's list of keyboard shortcuts there is no shortcut for changing to the 'All Photographs' collection (or any collection except for the quick collection) but you can use 'Tab' to show the side panels if hidden, and then make the 'Catalog' section of the left side panel visible if it isn't by using Ctrl + Shift + 1 on Windows (and I assume Command ...


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Click on the word "Temp" and then use the + or - keys. This works for any slider. You'll see the info notification over the image when you click.


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Had the same issue. I just left-click on "Confirm" and that's it. digiKam doesn't seem to like 'Enter' that much.


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Focus in darktable is driven entirely by the pointer, so there isn't a specific way to direct it to a particular slider. Use of the arrows once a slider has focus is intended as an adjunct. You can, however, bind keys to directly alter specific sliders, which might be a good substitute. Go to Light Table -> Preferences -> Shortcuts -> Image Operations, ...


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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 ...


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As far as I know, there currently (v2.2.5) isn't any such specific feature. It's possible to use the snapshot panel across multiple files, though, so you could for instance take a snapshot of a JPEG version, and then view it in split-mode while working on the RAW version.


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For Macs, CMD-Opt-Shift-G works. For PC, Ctrl-Alt-Shift-G.


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Actually there is a way to do exactly what you've described: quickly toggle to the original unedited photo using keyboard shortcuts and without leaving the Library module. It may not be as elegant as you were hoping for but here it is: Hit Ctrl+Shift+R (Cmd+Opt+R on a Mac) to reset all develop settings and revert to the original image. Hit Ctrl+Z (Cmd+Z) to ...


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Right after posting this, I found that shift will modify page-up/down to invert its movement -- while holding shift, page-up/down move left-to-right then top-to-bottom. It kind of warps my mind to try to translate my brain's panning requests into the appropriate shift/up/down combination, but it's possible so I may just need to get used to it.


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we are in the same boat, i've been looking for a way to cycle through presets in lightroom and the only thing i found was VSCO KEYS, that gives you 10 preset slots then with Command 1, Command 2, etc you can scroll through your favorite 10 presets, its sad that lightroom doesn't allow you to scroll.


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