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Jun 26, 2020

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Sometimes when I browse photos in lightroom folders (in the library mode) after I switch from folder A to folder B, I want to be able to go quickly back to A which could be far away in the tree of folders. Is there a shortcut or another way to do so (similar to window's explorer's "back" feature), and perhaps then to go forward from A to B?

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Go to previous folder

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Sometimes when I browse photos in lightroom folders (in the library mode) after I switch from folder A to folder B, I want to be able to go quickly back to A which could be far away in the tree of folders. Is there a shortcut or another way to do so (similar to window's explorer's "back" feature), and perhaps then to go forward from A to B?

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If you click in the "breadcrumbs" bar (the bar between the Filmstrip and the toolbar) you'll get a pop-up which includes a list of recent sources, which you can then click-on to open. So if you access Folder A, then switch to Folder B, if you then click on the breadcrumbs bar the list of recent sources will have Folder B (the current folder) at the top, with Folder A immediately below it.

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