Is there any shortcut for sliders left/right ?

Community Beginner ,
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Greetings,

is there a shortcut in photoshop to automating the slider movement without clicking on a number field? 🙂

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 19, 2021 Feb 19, 2021
Not really. If you move the cursor over the value, you can however click-and-drag to change the value (scrubby slider). Or, if you activate one value, you can then use Tab key to go to the next one and use keyboard to change values. I hope this helps a little bit in your frustration 

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Which sliders are you talking about specifically?

 

In the case of Opacity and Fill wouldn’t simply hitting the numbers keys be easier than using the sliders at all? 

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Well with mouse its possible, in my case i want to use shortcut for externall smooth move controller 🙂

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Again: 

Which sliders are you talking about specifically?

 

Once the slider is active one can use the left- and right-arrow keys. 

 

 

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Mostly think about Saturation sliders

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When the entry-field is active arrow-up and arrow-down can be used to increase and decrease the number. 

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What slider? Photoshop needs a way to know which slider you're trying to change.

Marek Mularczyk
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Community Beginner ,
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Hi Marek, there is an idea to automate the sliders through externeal controller - do You know if its enaugh to place mouse more less in the vicinity of the slider and then there is a shortcut to it without mouse? 🙂

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Not really.

If you move the cursor over the value, you can however click-and-drag to change the value (scrubby slider).

Or, if you activate one value, you can then use Tab key to go to the next one and use keyboard to change values.

I hope this helps a little bit in your frustration 😉

Marek Mularczyk
Adobe Certified Expert and Instructor

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🙂 yes a lot, thanks for Your time Marek

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I'm glad I could help. Always happy to help 😉

Marek Mularczyk
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