I have a Logitec G602 mouse.
The eight extra buttons can be programmed for a One-click command (eg. G for the Lr Grid view)
Or it can be programmed for multiple key presses. (eg. G - Shift+Tab for grid view Full screen)
So shortcut actions will depend on the hardware you own.
Keyboard actions are difficult with Lightroom because many of the keyboard keys are already assigned, and you would need software to define multiple key shortcuts.
Victoria Bampton (aka Lightroom Queen ) has run a forum thread on devices for this purpose-
such as the Contour Shuttle Pro-
So, for example, can I program 1 button of a mouse to the the following combinations of command in Lightroom: G-Grid, select the next >>>> 4 images, then press N for Survey mode. I mean in the process of selection. Can I do it with the Lower Class Logitech Mouses, such as: Logitech M720 Logitech M720 Triathlon Multi-Computer
And Lightroom is so slow. I shoot with Nikon D810 big files and it is slow to go through my images. Do you think adobe will do anything about it to optimize the viewing of the photos, and make the process of selection faster?
Btw, I am familiar with the Contour ShuttlePro v2 introduced to me by Jared Platt. However, it is hard to find it since I live in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. And it is kind of expensive. Is it worth spending that amount of money?
My G602 can be programmed for a series of key presses ( eg. G N >>>> )
But my brief look at the M720 (logitec support) suggests it will only accept one key press for a button action (with other 'built in' actions it has). That you can do on the keyboard. So- no, I do not think it will do what you want.
Slow Lightroom- (As another user) I can only refer you to better advice, like- https://www.lightroomqueen.com/performance/
What is the less expensive mouse that could do multiple actions with 1 click of a button? I love the wireless option as well.
Can I do the same series of actions on my keyboard? I meant to program 1 key to do the following steps ( eg. G N >>>> )?
Thanks for the tips!
What is the less expensive mouse?
I am no expert on mice But if you Goggle 'programmable mouse' you will get lots of info.
One interesting site was-
Freeware "X-Mouse button control" that can program almost any mouse that has the 'extra' buttons.