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Allow disabling of auto-collapsing sidebar

Explorer ,
Jan 13, 2023 Jan 13, 2023

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While organizing photos into albums, it's exhausting to constantly have to re-open (by hand or with the P shortcut) the sidebar because Lightroom decides (for me) that it's taking too much real estate on the screen.

 

Please add a configuration setting to disable this disruptive behavior which may be a good default to unclutter the experience of most users, but becomes quite annoying when doing organization work. 

 

Thanks.

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Community Expert , Jan 13, 2023 Jan 13, 2023

Which version of Lightroom?

 

If you mean the cloud-centric Lightroom desktop app, Lightroom>Preferences>Interface tab>Set Panel Tracks to Manual.

 

If you mean Lightroom Classic, right-click on the thin panel bar and set to Manual.

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Which version of Lightroom?

 

If you mean the cloud-centric Lightroom desktop app, Lightroom>Preferences>Interface tab>Set Panel Tracks to Manual.

 

If you mean Lightroom Classic, right-click on the thin panel bar and set to Manual.

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