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Thu, Sep 20, 2018 12:56 AM

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Alt+0 (opt+0) not working right after creating a keyword set

After I create a new keyword set, alt+0 and alt+shift+0 do not toggle among my keyword sets.  If I close lightroom and come back in it works properly.

I am running Lightroom Classic CC 7.5 on Windows 10.

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2 years ago

James, 

When I test on Mac, it works as expected. When I test on Windows, [Alt]+[0] does not work but [Alt]+[Shift]+[0] does. Does that match your experience?
 

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2 years ago

Hi Rikk,

 

I did a little more testing, and this is what I am seeing:

 

  • Alt+shift+0 does nothing for me when I use the 0 as part of the number pad section of the keyboard, but does work when I use the 0 above the letters.
  • I do have the same experience that you have, where after creating a new keyword set alt+shift+0 works (provided that I use the 0 above the letters), but alt+0 does nothing.
  • Alt+shift+0 above the letters causes a windows beep sound for some reason, but does go to the prior keyword set

 

I tried this on a Gigabyte Aero 15x laptop with built in keyboard and also a Bluetooth connected Logitech K375s with the same results.

 

If you need me to try anything else out just let me know.

 

Thanks for looking into this!

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2 years ago

I've written this up with the team as a bug. Thank you for the additional information. 
 

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2 years ago

Good deal - thanks again!

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2 years ago

[0] on Num Pad section of keyboard gets mapped to Insert key when used with [Shift] key. So [Alt] + [Shift] + [0] doesn't work for numpad 0.