Tastaturbefehle für Filmstreifen

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Leider finde ich nicht die Tastaturbefehle für den Filmstreifen. Mir ist bekannt, dass man mit links und rechts sich hin und her bewegen kann. Wenn ich mit Strg mehrere Bilder markiere, kann ich mich aber nur zwischen den markierten Bildern. Sie hebe ich mit einem Tastaturbefehl die Markierung auf?

Auch finde ich keinen Tastaturbefehl, um zum ersten oder zum letzten Bild zu springen. Mit Pos1 oder Strg+Pos1 klappt es nicht.

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Tastaturbefehle für Filmstreifen

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Leider finde ich nicht die Tastaturbefehle für den Filmstreifen. Mir ist bekannt, dass man mit links und rechts sich hin und her bewegen kann. Wenn ich mit Strg mehrere Bilder markiere, kann ich mich aber nur zwischen den markierten Bildern. Sie hebe ich mit einem Tastaturbefehl die Markierung auf?

Auch finde ich keinen Tastaturbefehl, um zum ersten oder zum letzten Bild zu springen. Mit Pos1 oder Strg+Pos1 klappt es nicht.

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Assuming you are talking about Lightroom Classic (which you did not say)

 

All known shortcuts are here: https://www.lightroomqueen.com/keyboard-shortcuts/lrcc6/

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Many thanks for the hint. I have looked through the keyboard shortcuts. But my question has not been answered. I cannot imagine that these commands do not exist.

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"Many thanks for the hint. I have looked through the keyboard shortcuts. But my question has not been answered. I cannot imagine that these commands do not exist."

 

I disagree. Your question has been answered by the link I provided. These commands do not exist.

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In Windows LrC10-  I have tried this-

But, as you find, this does not work if there are selected images.

If you first De-select (un-mark) ALL photos with the [Ctrl+D] shortcut, then

the [Ctrl+ Right Arrow] takes me to the last filmstrip image.

[Ctrl+ Left Arrow] takes me to the first filmstrip image.

 

It is possibly quicker to go to Grid view [G] where the [Home] and [End] keys are active, view the images, return to previous module and keep the 'selections' made.

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.1, Photoshop 22.1, Lightroom 4.1, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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Thank you very much for this notice. First of all I can work with it. But I still find it amazing that Lieghtroom doesn't have a simple key command here.

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