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Adjusting sliders using arrow keys

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  • Roland Geuze

    Hi Justin - Under Edit/Preferences // Tool Tab - then mouse just has to be over the slider. Variant are quick edit buttons. Example - Q key - + mouse wheel - doesn't even have to be the pointer over it. Good luck, regards Roland G.

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  • Justin Tibbitts

    Hey Roland! Thank you so much for your quick reply, my friend! I was able to find it, but looks like this unfortunately only applies to a mouse. I edit using a 16" MacBook Pro w/ a trackpad and keyboard, so I don't have any sort of scroll wheel. It would be exceptional if someone takes note to this for future updates and implements a way for users to just hover over a slider and change the values just using the up and down arrow keys on the keyboard, while not first clicking on the slider, like you can do in Adobe Lightroom. Having to manually click is such a waste of time and energy while editing a wedding or a long shoot.

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  • Ian Wilson
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    Have you tried Speed Edit? Just hold down, for instance, the Q key and use left and right arrows to adjust Exposure, or W button for contrast, A for highlights, S for shadows, and so on.

    Ian

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  • Justin Tibbitts

    Hey Ian, Thanks for your response! I wasn't aware of the Speed edit until now! Wow! This looks like a game changer! Thanks for the tip!

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  • Ian Wilson
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    There's a quick intro to Speed edit here.

    https://youtu.be/UHd74DiCILo 

    Ian

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