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Thu, Sep 12, 2019 5:41 AM

Lightroom Classic: Swiping to different desktop window on macOS Mojave

Whenever I turn on/off the Lightroom lights to see how a photo looks (by pressing L) lightroom switches to the next desktop screen on the right or left.

This also happens when I press Tab to hide the side bars. 

What is happening here?

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a year ago

I never knew the "L" key command! What it does (on MacOS) is it turns the Secondary Display background Black (tapping it once), instead of the default color, set in Preferences/Interface/Background (Medium Grey in my case). Tap it again and it gets rid of the menu bar and goes Full Screen (on the Secondary Display). If you set these background colors to Black, it does only the Full Screen mode.

Had no idea what you meant by "Lightroom Lights", you mean the background color on either side of the image. That's why it switches to the next desktop screen, because it only affects the Secondary Display, on that screen.