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Ctrl+number switches to a collapsed panel (multiple panels mode)

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Dec 23, 2023 Dec 23, 2023

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Camera Raw 16.1, Windows. Multiple panels mode

 

It happens for Ctrl+1, Ctrl+2, etc.

Go to edit mode (press E). Make sure the first panel is opened.

Go to any other mode (expect masking - shortcuts doesn't work from there), let's say Healing (press B).

Now press Ctrl+1 - you are switch back to the edit mode with first panel collapsed. You have to press Ctrl+1 again to see the content of the panel.

 

Even more ridiculous - repeat the exercise above with Ctrl+7.

In Edit mode (press E), make sure 7th panel is opened. Scroll back to the top.

Press B to change the mode to Healing.

Press Ctrl+7 - you are switched back to the Edit mode, and the panels are scrolled down to show the collapsed 7th panel.

 

Expected behavior: do NOT collapse the panels, just scrollthem into view. Only collapse if Ctrl+number is pressed twice in a row in a short succession. Never collapse if switching to Edit mode from other mode.

 

BTW - Why the Ctrl+number shortcut works from all modes (Preset, Snapshots, Healing, Crop, Red Eye) but "Masking"? It used to work from all modes in version 15. Please fix.

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Mar 13, 2024 Mar 13, 2024

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Workaround, using AHK (Windows):

#IfWinActive, Camera Raw
^1::Send e^1^1
^2::Send e^2^2
^3::Send e^3^3
^4::Send e^4^4
^5::Send e^5^5

 

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