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Auto-populating on auto-import

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Has anyone figured out how to make the images pop up sequentially in auto-import the same way it does when tethering?

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Auto-populating on auto-import

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Has anyone figured out how to make the images pop up sequentially in auto-import the same way it does when tethering?

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"pop up sequentially"

Do you mean to show on screen as you add each photo to the Auto-In 'watched' folder?

In a small experiment it works for me-

I have the 'Destination' Folder selected in the Folder panel,

I have the Sort Order for Grid view set to 'Added Order'. And Sort Order A>Z.

Start with the 'last' image in the grid selected,

Set Loupe View,

As I drop files to the 'watched' folder one-by-one they appear on screen.

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 9.4, Lightroom 3.4, Photoshop 2020 (21.2.1), Nikon DSLR, Windows-10.

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Thank you for the response WobertC.

What you described is how I have my system set up. However, if I use F for Full Frame the images don't pop up one by one any more. They freeze and don't move on as I shoot.

Any ideas anyone?

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Jul 04, 2020

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Just a thought- Instead of [F] full-frame:

1) Maximize the Lightroom window to full-screen

2) Press [Shift+Tab] to close all panels.  Or use [Ctrl+Shift+F]

3) Press [E] for Loupe view

4) Press [L] for Lights-Out.

You even get a nice 'Stroke' frame for the image on screen! (like it or not 🙂 )

 

 

 

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 9.4, Lightroom 3.4, Photoshop 2020 (21.2.1), Nikon DSLR, Windows-10.

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Great idea! Thank you!

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