Why Auto Hiding Your Edit Pins Can Help
Hi y’all. It’s Tuesday, and Benjamin Warde has a quick little 60-second (or less) video on why Auto Hiding pins can be awesome when you’re working with the Adjustment Brush.
Not too shabby, eh? 🙂
Hope you found that helpful, and we’ll catch ya back here tomorrow (well, that’s the plan, so stick to the plan). 😉
Thanks for spreading knowledge around the world.
Great post! I can’t agree more with the reading tip!
Thanks for all the great tips.
Just wanna add to this one that if you don’t see the “Show Edit Pins” go to view and click on “Show Toolbar” or just press T on your keyboard.
Look forward to tomorrow.
Just know that the keyboard shortcut T doesn’t stand for Toolbar, it stands for Torture.
Years ago, I inadvertently hit the T key and made the toolbar disappear. Thinking there was a problem with the program, I shut it down and started it up. Still no Toolbar. Thinking that the program was corrupted, I reinstalled Lightroom. Still no Toolbar. I finally did some research on the Internet, came across a forum posed the question about a missing Toolbar, and was told to hit the T key and it magically came back. Such a stupid shortcut, giving a negligible increase in real estate but a much bigger increase in headaches.
Now, when I teach Lightroom, it’s one of the first things I mention about the insidious Toolbar which is found in multiple tools throughout the program.
After you press “T” now, it tells you to press it again to turn the toobar back on. (2015.9 version anyway).
v6.0 does too — very briefly.
[…] post Why Auto Hiding Your Edit Pins Can Help appeared first on Lightroom Killer […]