Can I make a double-click a shortcut?

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  • BeO

    Isn't that the standard already?

    If the Viewer is hidden, if you double-click on an image in the Browser e.g. in Grid mode, then theViewer shows up and loads the image into it, the Browser goes to its predefined place e.g. left, right or bottom.

    If the Viewer already shows an image, if you select a different image with a single mouse click in the browser, it swaps the image to the newly clicked one.

    Or do you mean the separate Viewer component which opens with F10?

    I don't think you can customize any mouse action in C1, only keyboard shortcuts.

     

    I think there is 3rd software for Windows (I just forgot the name) which can be utilized to customize mouse actions, i.e. you can assign key strokes to, depending on the application running.

    Have you considered using a gaming mouse for C1? I have bought one many years back, just for C1, and never looked back (I don't play games).

    I customized the additional buttons mainly for editing and masking, and to slow down the speed of the mouse for precise masking or adjustments.

    Here is my default profile (outside C1):

     

    Here's my C1 profile:

    Hand is H

    Red mask is M

    Grey mask is ALT+M

    Brush B

    Eraser E

    I configured the DPI cylcling button to switch between two different mouse speeds.

    The buttons and the scroll wheel are silent, smooth and yet very precise (opposite from sloppy), best mouse I've ever had in decades.

     

    regards

     

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  • Steve Ruddy

    BeO,

    Thanks for the reply. I don't want the browser to show during the double-click view. Yes I get a single image view from the grid mode but it loads the browser as well. In order for me to get rid of the browser, it takes an additional press of the V key to hide it. I'm looking for a faster solution. The closes I can get is to select the image in grid mode, then hit the V key twice or double click the image and then hit V key once. Ultimately I would like the browser available when and if I want it with hovering over the area like an auto hide. this would be the best for me but seems like the only thing that works with an auto hide is the top tool bar by hitting the F key. This brings up another question on how to get a full screen image. I mean nothing showing but the image. Thanks fo showing the mouse. Yes very helpful. I have one as well and an intuos 5 tablet. I'm anxious to try it out, and see how it performs. LR had a lag when using the spot clone or heal brush. 

    Thanks,

    Steve

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  • BeO

    I have a tablet too, since a couple if months, and the right-hand mouse in my left hand, so the extra buttons are less useful now, I use the normal mouse buttons and the scroll wheel. 

    You might be able to configure a multi-keystroke for a mouse button? To show the viewer and hide the browser simultaneously... 

    Auto hiding the tools and full screen is possible with the Mac version only, it seems Windows is a challenge for the C1 team in this respect, so an auto hide browser is probably far away...

    regards

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  • Steve Ruddy

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