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Shortcut for "next image" in crop mode?

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Dec 20, 2018

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Hi,

in the edit mode I made the cropping selection and want to go to the next image by one shortcut.

But only solution for displaying the next image: pressing enter, then cursor right and finally pressing "c"?

In Bridge CS6 I need only one key ...

... not possible in LR CC, too?

Thanks!

carlos

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Shortcut for "next image" in crop mode?

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Dec 20, 2018

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Hi,

in the edit mode I made the cropping selection and want to go to the next image by one shortcut.

But only solution for displaying the next image: pressing enter, then cursor right and finally pressing "c"?

In Bridge CS6 I need only one key ...

... not possible in LR CC, too?

Thanks!

carlos

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 21, 2018

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command-(arrow key) should do the trick

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Dec 21, 2018

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Oh sorry that only works in Lightroom Classic it turns out. Another thing missing from Lightroom CC.

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Dec 21, 2018

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I've tried all shortcut combinations, yet – but the CC version seems to be no success (for me)

(as a CS6 user I am using the trial – 6 days left. Probably the last ones...)

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Dec 22, 2018

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In CC I discovered (contratulation! :-)) the menu item "go to next/previous" image. By using a macro (e.g. with autohotkey) to access this item, this would be a workaround. But wether you click on the next image in the slider or using the menu after making a cropping selection, CC changes the view(point) 3x until the next images appears – very unnecessary and irritiating. Not suitable for only cropping several hundred images.

Do you know if LR Classic behaves the same?

Hmm, at the moment after trying LR CC for 2 days (within the 7-day- test period) my "good old" Camera RAW 9.1.1 (Bridge CS6) is still the best solution for this step. But I want to have (all in) one tool and do not want to switch between several tools 😞

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Dec 22, 2018

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Do you know if LR Classic behaves the same?

Classic just switches to the next image with the crop mode selected (or whatever tool you were in) if you do a command/right arrow key combo.

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In  the meantime I tried the 7-day-trial of Lightroom CC Classic (after deinstalling the trial of the non-classic-version with its limited functionality...). Und, yes, it behaves the same as Bridge. Just by using the arrow keys I can switch to the next/previouos image without pressing/using other keys before...

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Thanks man! U've saved me an entire life! 

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