I'm not sure what the higher-level goal is, but perhaps the new LrController module might be an alternative:
previousPhoto = function: 00000000145D3330,
nextPhoto = function: 00000000145D32F0,
stopSlideshow = function: 00000000145D33B0,
triggerCapture = function: 00000000145D33F0,
showGrid = function: 00000000145D3270,
startSlideshow = function: 00000000145D3370,
showLoupe = function: 00000000145D3230,
showBezel = function: 00000000148EC500}
John R. Ellis wrote:
I'm not sure what the higher-level goal is
I just wanna be able to use Lr's 'F' mode without my other monitor next to it being so bright.
At the moment my solution is to turn the power off on the other monitor. - definitely room for improvement...
It'll be interesting to find out what the LrController is about though, have you tried to get it going yet?
I selected 10 images and then invoked LrController.startSlideshow() from the Eval window of Debug Script. LR prepared the previews for the slideshow, darkened the screen, and then locked up (had to kill it from Task Manager). Perhaps there were arguments that were supposed to have been passed to startSlideshow(), or perhaps it got confused by having hte Debug Script window open, or perhaps it's buggy.
Perhaps LrController status is sames as face recognition: started, but not finished... .