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Mon, Sep 24, 2018 8:29 PM

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Lightroom Classic: Index Number in Loupe View

I see that I can select an option to have show the index number of a given collection in the Grid Module, but can't find the option to show the index number in Loupe View. 

Please add Index to Loupe View options. Thank you.

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2 years ago

That option doesn't appear to exist, probably because of that mode (Loupe) mode where only one image appears:



Why would seeing this when viewing a single image be important? 

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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2 years ago

Why would seeing this when viewing a single image be important? 

When working on a large number of files in the develop module (or culling and/or keywording in loupe view), it would be nice if you can see how far you are in the process by seeing and index number or a "#x of y".
You can guestimate from the length and position of the scroll bar, but it would be nice to be able to tell how many you have left (without swithing to grid view to get an idea)

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Exactly

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You could also guesstimate from the filmstrip.

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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I'd prefer to know the X of Y.

It shouldn't be too difficult to implement this request, I'm sure.

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You could also guesstimate from the filmstrip.

I forgot to say "filmstrip", but that's what I meant:
You can guestimate from the length and position of the scroll bar in the filmstrip

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Why guess, when I could get an exact number? The scroll bar in the filmstrip makes guesstimating difficult when I’m working with over 1000 images.

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a year ago

The index number when viewing vertically oriented photos in Grid mode, is useless, btw, when it comes to viewing Compact Cells (doesn't apply to Expanded Cells). The font is too large. A number like '75', for example, only shows '7_' - the '5' being obscured by the verticality of the image. Please make the font smaller, or reposition the index number when working with Compact Cells.