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For example I use it from things like creating a 6 up compare for review (e.g. select the next 6 images, hide the view panes, and go to \"N\" mode). Likewise I've mapped some export options and such so that a single keystroke triggers multiple output types (sizes, with and without logo, etc).This isn't a perfect solution though for LR as the issue though is the development module, and in particular the LR sliders. Turns out Lightroom's SDK (from Adobe) sucks when it comes to the sliders, as a result standard keyboard mapping isn't reliable and you have to end up recording macros - at least as I understand it. ( -toolbox.com/products/keyboardtamer.phpsec=sliders )
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This photograph of a ship in the bottle lacked contrast. I began by adjusting the Highlights slider to make the brightest portion of the image lighter and set the Highlights to +66. This could be done in a number of ways: I could drag the Highlights slider in the Tone Curve panel to the right, or make the Highlights field active and use the up-arrow key to increase the value. If I wanted, I could click anywhere in the green-shaded section of the tone curve and drag the curve upward, or click this portion of the curve and use the up-arrow key on the keyboard to lighten the highlights. However, in this instance, I clicked the Target Adjustment tool button (circled) to make it active, moved the pointer over the image, and hovered over a highlight area in the clouds. I then clicked and dragged upward to lighten the tones in this selected portion of the curve.
The design is slightly tamer than we've seen from previous Spectre laptops, but the x360 16 is still an elegant aluminum slimline with beveled edges (black with silver accents, in this case) and classy diagonal-cut rear corners. It feels solid, with no flex if you grasp the screen corners or mash the keyboard, and only a little wobble if you tap the display in laptop mode. The keyboard integrates a fingerprint reader and special top-row functions including not only brightness and volume, but also keys to mute the microphone and disable the webcam. 1e1e36bf2d