Mastering Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic is not easy and it can be super frustrating when tools, panels, or features in the Library Module go missing.
There are so many ways that things can go missing inside of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic that I have divided up the hunt for missing tools and features into two separate video tutorials. This video focus on common Library Module frustrations only. If there are Develop Module tools or features that you are missing then please click here to watch the next video in this series.
Pressing a button on your keyboard to hide away some part of Lightroom Classic’s user interface is great when you know what you are doing. Unfortunately, invoking one of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic’s many keyboard shortcuts by accident often causes essential Library Module tools and features to go missing.
Below is a list of Library Module keyboard shortcuts that show or hide essential user interface elements.
Tab = opens or closes the Left and Righthand Panels
Shift + Tab = opens or closes both side Panels plus the Module Picker and the Filmstrip
F5 = opens or closes the Module Picker
F6 = opens or closes the Filmstrip
F7 = opens or closes the Lefthand Panel
F8 = opens or closes the Righthand Panel
Backslash = shows or hides the Library Filter
T = shows or hides the Toolbar
L = invokes the Lights Dimmed or Lights Out modes
J = cycles through the Grid Cell metadata display options
I = cycles through the Loupe view metadata display options
F = Full Screen preview
Shift + F = cycles through the Screen Modes
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