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iOS Smart Inverse option

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Feb 01, 2019

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Is there an option to use the iPhone Lightroom CC app while the phone is set with Smart Inverse (black background) switched on (in the accessibility settings)?

Currently , the images are also inverted in the app, while they appear fine in the standard Photos app.

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Correct answer by cmgap | Adobe Community Professional

The short answer is no. There is a shortcut though to turn Smart Mode off and on that may be useful:

If you have an iPhone X

  1. Head to Settings -> General -> Accessibility.
  2. Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap on Accessibility Shortcut.
  3. Select Smart Invert Colors.
  4. Now all you have to do is triple-click the Side Button to invert colors. (or triple click the Home button for earlier iPhones)

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iOS Smart Inverse option

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Is there an option to use the iPhone Lightroom CC app while the phone is set with Smart Inverse (black background) switched on (in the accessibility settings)?

Currently , the images are also inverted in the app, while they appear fine in the standard Photos app.

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Correct answer by cmgap | Adobe Community Professional

The short answer is no. There is a shortcut though to turn Smart Mode off and on that may be useful:

If you have an iPhone X

  1. Head to Settings -> General -> Accessibility.
  2. Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap on Accessibility Shortcut.
  3. Select Smart Invert Colors.
  4. Now all you have to do is triple-click the Side Button to invert colors. (or triple click the Home button for earlier iPhones)

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Feb 02, 2019

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The short answer is no. There is a shortcut though to turn Smart Mode off and on that may be useful:

If you have an iPhone X

  1. Head to Settings -> General -> Accessibility.
  2. Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap on Accessibility Shortcut.
  3. Select Smart Invert Colors.
  4. Now all you have to do is triple-click the Side Button to invert colors. (or triple click the Home button for earlier iPhones)

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cmgap,

Brilliant, thanks very much for the suggestion, works great.

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