Tapping the F key cycles through Photoshop’s three screen modes: Standard Screen Mode, Full Screen with Menu Bar and Full Screen Mode.
By default, Photoshop displays the Document Size at the bottom of the document window in the Status Bar.
In the Import dialog, tap the Backslash (\) key to display the window in it’s “Compact” format for ease of use on subsequent imports. Tap it again to toggle to Expanded View or, click the small triangle in the lower left of the Import window.
Command -click (Mac) | Control -click (Win) a panel header to expand/collapse all panels with a single click. Or, Control -click (Mac) | Right -click (Win) on any panel header and choose Expand All / Collapse All from the list.
To toggle the visibility of a panel, Control -click (Mac) | Right -click (Win) on the panel header and select/deselect them from the list.
To only display the options for one panel at a time, Control -click (Mac) | Right -click (Win) on any panel header and select Solo Mode.
After selecting a tool, tap the Return key to quickly highlight the first text edit field in the Options bar. For example, selecting the Brush tool and then tapping the enter key will select the Opacity option.
By default, the Application Frame in Photoshop is enabled. On the Mac, it can be toggled off by selecting Window > Application Frame, but I prefer to leave it enabled for three reasons:
Positioning the cursor over the text or icon next to a numeric entree field in the Options bar (and in most panels and dialog boxes) displays the “Scrubby Sliders” icon (a hand with small arrows pointing to the left and right).
I’m excited to announce several new features and enhancements to Lightroom Classic CC including: Custom Panel Order for the Develop Module, Auto-Import and Simultaneously Add to a Collection, Grid Snap in the Book module, updates to Presets & Profiles and more!
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If you tap on the slider in Lightroom mobile, (not on the circle, but on the slider itself), it will nudge the slider in small increments (as if you pressed the arrow key left / right on the desktop).