Make your changes and Save it as a Preset. Then all you have to do is go back to that preset which will be listed in the drop down menu for the filter bar.
Thanks Just Shoot Me, but that then deselects any Metadata or Text filters, and any Flag, Color and Kind filters that might be in use at the same time. Also, even not considering those it would only help a little as a marginal 100 % more efficiency:
- Move mouse cursor over Preset drop down menu and click it
- Move mouse cursor over wanted Preset and click it
That's still not the same as:
- Move mouse cursor over any star and Option-click it
Plus, you get to keep any other filters in use at the same time (as explained above).
Adobe, let's make Lightroom's Filters the MOST DELIGHTFUL feature of all time!
Not on my system.
As you can see you can select multiple options at the top and then include all of them in the preset. See the cut off text to the right, Test Text St..., That really reads Test Text Star Meta. I set all that then saved as a preset. Then backed out of any filter by selecting Filter Off then selected my Test perset filter.
You can then change any of the filter fields to suit your needs.
Please post your feature request in the official Adobe feedback forum: Photoshop Lightroom | Photoshop Family Customer Community. Adobe product developers actively participate there, whereas here it's just users and low-level customer support.