Minimizing different areas of the interface


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Minimizing different areas of the interface

Now that we know a little bit about how we can modify the interface by way of a shortcut, here I want to share with you a few handy and helpful shortcuts that you can use in order to show or to hide different areas or aspects of the overall interface. One of the things that you can do in order to open up more space for your images is to press the Tab key. By pressing the Tab key, it will show or hide the panels on the left and the right. Press the Tab key again, and it will toggle back on their visibility.

Well, let's say that you want to hide a lot of the interface. Well, another way to do that is to press the Shift+Tab key. By pressing Shift+Tab, it will minimize or hide a lot of the different interface elements. Press Shift+Tab one more time, and it will bring all of those elements back. Now, you may have noticed that in these different view modes, whether I press Tab, or Shift+Tab, the toolbar, which is located at the base here, was always visible. Well, how can we show or hide ...

Minimizing different areas of the interface
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Minimizing different areas of the interface provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom Power Shortcuts

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Photography
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Lightroom
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