As part of my project to move away from LR, I am keen to expand on the basic Loupedeck profile that was published some time ago.
The On1-published profile has some basic editing adjustments (implemented through virtual keyboard shortcuts), but there are a few concerns:
- some of the adjustments happen too quickly (increments for each arrow key are too large)
- doesn't seem to be a way to use the 'button' function of the Loupedeck rotary controls to re-set the slider to zero (in the same way that double clicking with mouse on the slider resets it to zero).
So some questions:
- Is there some way to change the adjustment increments that each arrow-key-press represents in the develop module (for example: the contrast tool (Alt + W) moves in increments of '5' per arrow press using the keyboard shortcut, which is too large - can I adjust this increment?)?
- Is there a keyboard shortcut to reset each slider to zero (or can I create one) in the same way that double-clicking on the word 'contrast' resets the contrast slider (for example) to its midpoint?
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