When I edit images in ACR, I used to use the arrow keys to navigate up and down the images on the left side. Now, I can use the arrow keys in certain circumscances. For example, If I am editing basic settings, I can use the arrow keys to navigate images. If I am cropping, I have to use Ctrl+arrow keys to navigate. That extra key stroke may not seem like much, but it is very problematic and breaks an otherwise smooth flow.
05. Navigating Through a Document Screen By Screen
• Tap the Home key to move to the top-left corner of the image. Tap the End key to move to the bottom-right corner of the image. • Tap the Page-down key to move down one full screen. When you reach the bottom of the image, tapping the Page-down key again takes you to the top and to the right by one full screen. Tapping the Page-up key does the same thing, but in the opposite direction.
- Note, on a laptop, use the function key and the left/right arrows to move to the Home/End (top left and bottom right) and the up/down arrows to navigate Page Up/Down (screen by screen).
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