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Any way to assign a keyboard shortcut to temp/t1nt and exposure?

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Nov 28, 2023 Nov 28, 2023

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I was wondering if it is possible to assign a keyboard shortcut to temp or tint or exposure. I bought a contour shuttle express to use with LR but , i thought i could use it like loupedeck, mabe press the button to choose temp and use the dial to change the temp, is this even possible ? Looking forward to hearing from you 

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Nov 28, 2023 Nov 28, 2023

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LR doesn't allow you to assign a shortcut to specific sliders. There are shortcuts for moving the focus among the various Basic sliders and for incrementing or decrementing the currently selected slider.

 

Another approach is to use the Lrsuperkeys or MIDI2LR plugins to assign shortcuts to the various sliders and then program the Shuttle to issue those shortcuts. I'm not sure if you can use MIDI2LR without a MIDI controller attached.

 

Another approach is to write small LR scripts that increment or decrement specific sliders and use the free Autohotkey utility to assign keyboard shortcuts to the scripts. See here for how to get started:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-classic-discussions/how-to-change-exposure-in-lightroom-cla... 

 

You'll need to download the LR SDK for plugins to read the documention about how to make similar scripts for other Develop settings.

 

 

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