2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 16, 2017 6:44 PM by wobertc

    Moving from photo to photo

    denalijim

      Hi All,

      This is my first time here, but I have a question for the group.

      Is there a way to move from photo to photo in the library view without actually selecting from the first photo to move on to the next photo.

      I import into the library a series of photos. Then I put the view into just 2 or 3 photos up on the screen. I do this to do a quick select/reject process. But to move from one photo to the next, I have to use the arrow key or the pen on my pad. Is there a way that automatically selects the next photo in line to peruse after taking an action on the first one without my having to physically select the next photo in line?

      Thanks,

      James

        • 1. Re: Moving from photo to photo
          Bob Somrak Level 5

          Turn CapsLock on.  That will turn on auto advance

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          • 2. Re: Moving from photo to photo
            wobertc Adobe Community Professional

            I put the view into just 2 or 3 photos up on the screen

            I take it from this in your post- you are wanting to advance a selection "Group" while in "Survey" view mode. (or 'shuffle' the group selection one photo in advance)

            The easy answer is -No. (even with Capslock on- works for single selected photo only)

             

            I find the simplest way is to hold one finger on the [Ctrl] key and use the mouse to both select and de-select photos on the Filmstrip, thus just selecting the photos I want to see in "Survey view".  (Click /SHift+Click -  for a consecutive group)

             

            And the selected photo on the Filmstrip that is the "Most Selected" (click on the centre of the photo thumbnail- the Lightest grey border) will be the one photo that gets flagged or star rated by a key press [P U X 1 2 3 4 5 etc]

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