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What are the kb shortcuts for the second monitor zooming? I have tried cntr-shift +/- (on both main kb and numeric pad). These do not work properly.
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Those shortcuts don't work in my Windows 10 secondary display either when it is in Loupe, though the menu commands do work:
I found that Ctrl+ Shift+ = is also assigned to Window > Lock Zoom Position:
As a workaround, you could disable the Lock Zoom Position shortcut by adding these two lines to the TranslatedStrings file:
See here for details on editing that file:
Moderators, @Rikk Flohr: Photography, please move to Bugs.
I think I'll hold off making change to 'translatestrings' until Adobe fixes. Who knows, the may also change the 'lock zoom' conflict at same time....at least I hope they would.
Actual, I did create the translatestrings file as suggested. All secondary controls now work///zoom in/out and zoom 100%.
What is missing is "Toogle" This is VERY important. On primart display, right clicking on screen or pressing 'Z' will toogle between last two screen sizes, for example FIT and 100%. On secondary display, you get the same action by right clicking on screen, but I cannot find any keyboard shortcut.
"What is missing is "Toggle""
LR doesn't provide the ability for assigning a keyboard shortcut to Toggle, unfortunately. You could submit a feature request here:
It's an issue on Mac too. I'm finding (using Mac keyboard with numeric keypad built-in) the behavior is different depending on where you hit the key(s) - most don't work as expected.
I did an analysis testing Cmd-Shft-character (the view mentioned is the one in the Second Display pop-up):
Grid - none work
Loupe - Normal - works using top-line on keyboard, numpad gives (0)
Loupe - Live - works using top-line on keyboard, numpad gives (1)
Loupe - Locked - works using top-line on keyboard, numpad gives (0)
Compare - works using top-line on keyboard, numpad gives (1)
Survey - none work
Slideshow - none work using top-line on keyboard, numpad gives (2)
(0) = Zoom in - affects main display
(0) = Zoom out - changes 2nd screen to Grid view
(1) = Zoom in - affects main display
(1) = Zoom out - works on 2nd screen
(2) = Zoom in - affects main display
(2) = Zoom out - nothing
This bug was fixed by reassigning Secondary Display > Zoom In/Out to Ctrl/Cmd Alt/Opt =/-.