Culling Jpeg and RAW at the same time

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Culling through a big series of photos whit pictures taken in Jpeg + RAW is quite cumbersome ( and a really show-stopper for me actually!).

What I'm missing is:
1. being able to set ratings + pick flags etc.. on both the jpeg and the raw at the same time;
2. in full screen mode, be able to see the status of this same flags as well, so I don't need to switch views so often.

Anybody else having this same issues? Is adobe actually listening to the community?

I have a photography creative pack for a year now, but I'm seriously considering moving to something else... already looking to captureone ...
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João Neves

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john beardsworth

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Why do you import both the JPEG and the raw file? If you don't change the option and import them as separate files, rejecting and deleting the raw automatically affects the JPEG. Maybe learn to use Lightroom fully before you imagine the grass is greener elsewhere?
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João Neves

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Excuse me, but I'm not sure I get your message right...

 import my raw and jpegs separately because my fuji camera produces outstanding jpegs straight out of the camera and I do want to keep those just in case... the raw files however do give me more latitude in case I want get wild with any particular picture. but anyway, I don't really wanted to get into that, cause it's really a matter of personal preference, don't you think? 

My real question was: If I can stack pictures by capture time, which does a good job in showing me the raw+jpeg as one file, why can I then not set these pick + rating flags to both of them at the same time? I think this should be a setting that we photographers should be able to configure as we see fit, don't you agree?

Jo
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João Neves

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And I know I'm not the only one asking this, I've seen this question in different forums ... So I can't be that far off :-)

I love taking pictures, going through them in a tool that doesn't make the job easy, kind of sets you off to look for better tools,.
Now, If adobe would be willing to actually listen to what their users (customers) are saying ... 
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Maybe this helps (a bit): If you shift-click on the stack number of a collapsed stack, the stack will expand and both images will be selected. Then anything you do with ratings, flags, color labels, etc will be applied to both images.