How-to edit 'Photo\Edit In' filter list?

Jan 04, 2021

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Over time the filter list shown under menu 'Photo\Edit In' (or right click\Edit In) has accumulated redundancies which I wanted to take out. For example listed is Exposure X5 as well as X6 when only X6 is installed on my PC.

 

Is there a way to optimise/show only relevant filters?

 

I use Lightroom Classic 10 on Windows Pro 10
 

Open the LrC Preferences and go to the External Editing tab.

In the second dialog area, Addition External Editor in the Preset: box click that, Select the one you want to remove, Select that drop down again and select "Delete Preset NameOfEntry".

Repeat to remove the ones you want to go away.

 

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How-to edit 'Photo\Edit In' filter list?

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Over time the filter list shown under menu 'Photo\Edit In' (or right click\Edit In) has accumulated redundancies which I wanted to take out. For example listed is Exposure X5 as well as X6 when only X6 is installed on my PC.

 

Is there a way to optimise/show only relevant filters?

 

I use Lightroom Classic 10 on Windows Pro 10
 

Open the LrC Preferences and go to the External Editing tab.

In the second dialog area, Addition External Editor in the Preset: box click that, Select the one you want to remove, Select that drop down again and select "Delete Preset NameOfEntry".

Repeat to remove the ones you want to go away.

 

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Open the LrC Preferences and go to the External Editing tab.

In the second dialog area, Addition External Editor in the Preset: box click that, Select the one you want to remove, Select that drop down again and select "Delete Preset NameOfEntry".

Repeat to remove the ones you want to go away.

 

2021-01-04 10_56_03-Preferences.png

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