Cmd-Opt-R (Mac) is the "Refine Photos" keyboard shortcut in Lightroom.
What are you trying to Reset? Photo Development, Catalog, Computer?
You probably want Cmd+Shift+R. (At least it's Ctrl+Shift+R on Windows.)
Sorry - I really meant to write that Cmd+Shift+R is what I am doing. Just trying to reset all develop settings on an image to their original imported state, on an individual basis.
So when I hit Cmd+Shift+R .... the program "dings" and does nothing. But it does "flash" the typical Reset button on the bottom right of the screen... from Reset to Reset (Adobe). (as per below photo)
Thanks in advance for any insights!
Sorry - I really meant to write that Cmd+Shift+R is what I am doing. Just trying to reset all develop settings on an image to their original imported state, on an individual basis. See below for whats happening!
The [ Reset (Adobe) ] button usually only appears if you hold down the [Opt] key. [Alt] in Windows.
Are you sure you have the key press combination correct?
Some "Language" keyboard layouts are different. Do you have it set to "English"
Mac computers also can remap keys (something I know nothing about!)
Any 'sticky' keys malfunctioning in other programs?
Wouldn't it be simpler to click the mouse cursor on the [Reset] button? )
And there is a [Reset All] button in the Grid view 'Quick Develop' panel.
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Actually, the Reset (Adobe) button appears when you hold down the shift key.
Perhaps the shortcut isn't working because some other process on the Mac has usurped it. I don't know enough about Macs to tell you how to solve that, but it might point you in the right direction.
Hal, You are correct " hold down the shift key." . My error suggesting [Alt]
My Windows command [ Ctrl + Shift + R ] works to reset an image, as should [ Cmd + Shift + R ] for the OP Richelle.
Why it is not working still a mystery.
I do notice the screen-clip indicates an early Process Version of Lightroom and The OP has not given details of Lr version.
Hey guys - thought I'd follow up!
Yes, I am definitely hitting the keys properly, definitely using the most recent/current version of Lightroom, and restarting my computer.... alas, it's fixed! After literally the 6th time of simply restarting my computer and doing nothing else - the shortcut function started to work again. So while it's not a proper answer - it's at least fixed itself.
Me'thinks this was more of a Mac issue than a Lightroom issue in the end, as mentioned. Thanks guys!