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Lightroom 3.4.1 Win: Shift + = / Shift + - does not affect Grid Thumbnail Size on 2nd Monitor

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People's Champ ,
Jun 22, 2011 Jun 22, 2011

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Windows 7 64-Bit / Windows XP, LR 3.4.1:

According to the manual, Shift + = / Shift + - should Increase / decrease Grid thumbnail size on secondary window.

I can not make this happen. Can anybody confirm?

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Adobe Employee , Jul 15, 2011 Jul 15, 2011
Update: the help documentation is wrong. This functionality did exist, but was removed because these were also the keyboard shortcuts used to move the Basic sliders in the Develop module. We're pretty much out of keyboard shortcuts, and decided that nudging Develop sliders was something you'd want to do more often than adjusting grid thumbnail size on the secondary monitor. Still a problem of course, since the documentation needs to be updated to reflect reality. -Ben

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LEGEND ,
Jun 22, 2011 Jun 22, 2011

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Beat, I can't make it work either on 3.4.1....though it does work properly on 2.7.

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People's Champ ,
Jun 22, 2011 Jun 22, 2011

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Thanks, Jim.

Works for me on 2.7, and in 3.3, it does not work either.

Beat

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 22, 2011 Jun 22, 2011

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Confirmed on Mac 10.6.7 too.
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LEGEND ,
Jun 23, 2011 Jun 23, 2011

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Confirmed on Win XP 32-bit, LR 3.4.

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Adobe Employee ,
Jul 14, 2011 Jul 14, 2011

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Thanks Beat, I have entered this issue in our bug database.

-Ben

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Jul 15, 2011 Jul 15, 2011

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Update: the help documentation is wrong. This functionality did exist, but was removed because these were also the keyboard shortcuts used to move the Basic sliders in the Develop module. We're pretty much out of keyboard shortcuts, and decided that nudging Develop sliders was something you'd want to do more often than adjusting grid thumbnail size on the secondary monitor.

Still a problem of course, since the documentation needs to be updated to reflect reality.

-Ben

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People's Champ ,
Jul 17, 2011 Jul 17, 2011

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Thanks, Ben.

Following old developer's wisdom: There's always two ways to fix a bug, either change the code or change the documentation 😉

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