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Tue, Dec 12, 2017 7:43 PM

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Lightroom CC: Keyboard Shortcut "#" doesn't work anymore

My most important Lightroom feature doesn't work anymore. Exposure correction with default keyboard shortcut "#" doesn'T work anymore. Lowering exposure with "-" still works. But increase with "#" only gives me a error sound.

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3 years ago

Is it possible that your question has a typo and you mean to increase exposure by pressing the "=" key?

It's working for me on the latest version of Lr Classic.

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3 years ago

Hello Rick,

thank you for your reply, it was not a type, but I guess you have made me discovering the problem.

The "=" works, but it shouldn't :-)

I'm using a german LR and a german keyboard and there it is supposed to be -/#
It also tells me to use -/# when I click on exposure (Belichtung) and I have used it for years on previous versions.

My "=" is above the 0... so not that convenient

It apparently is a bug!

Any of the developer can help?

Thanks

Adobe Administrator

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It is a bug and the engineers are working on it. I'm merging this to a similar thread with more information. 

Thanks.

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3 years ago

Hello, I have the same problem