Bug Report - Luminar 3 Clipping Warnings not keyboard controlled

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    Joseph Byrne

    I have noticed the same thing. The drop-down menu indicates J is the shortcut but j (and shift-j) doesn't work on the Windows version. Using the drop-down menu works, as does selecting the triangles in the histogram.

    Tangentially, I've noticed I have to ctrl-z twice for undo to work.

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    fPrime

    I also thought the same about Ctrl-Z needing multiple presses to take effect, but then I noticed it is changing small steps one at a time. For example, if I changed WB in one step then it still takes two Ctrl-Z presses to undo... one to change tint, another to change temperature. Either way it's a bit irregular compared to undoing steps in other converters.

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    Angela Andrieux

    We'll add hotkey support in one of the upcoming free updates for Luminar 3. Check out the roadmap for information about other planned features and timelines:

    https://skylum.com/luminar/roadmap

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    Helge Erik Storheim

    Six months later and the "J" key still does not work on the Windows version. ALT + moving the Black or White slider doesn't work on Windows version. CTRL-Z and CTRL-Y for Undo and Redo still does not work on Windows version.... the list goes on and on!

    Erik

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    Kate Williams

    Hi Helge,

    ALT+moving Black/White slider indeed is currently not functional on Windows, but we will consider changing it in the future. 

    The J key works to Hide/Show Clipping. That is, when you've pressed it, it will highlight the clipped areas. 

    Please get in touch with us via https://skylum.com/support in case it does not work for you so that we could look into it. 

     

     

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    Helge Erik Storheim

    No, the J key does not work. Well, actually it works once  after I start Luminar, but as soon as I do anything in the program it stops working. CTRL+Z and CTRL+Y for Undo and Redo doesn't work either.

    No, I won't contact support because all they tell you is to uninstall Luminar and re-download and re-install. Sorry, but these keyboard shortcuts work in every other program I have on my PC.

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