Lightroom: Tabbed/Pane workflow is only ok when it doesn't involve extra steps

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The only thing wrong with LR is the UI needs tweaked for efficiency, appearance and less reliance on keyboard shortcuts.
The only thing wrong with Bridge is the lack of a database for speed.
Camera Raw is much easier to use than Lightroom:
1. Top tool bar has more options with 1 click than LR and you don’t have to close the tool, just click on the next tool.
2. Tabbed panels mean 1 click and adjust vs 1 click scroll and adjust.
3. Zoom level is always visible in ACR, disappears when using any tool in LR.
4. ACR has default button for tones, why not add to all panels instead of using alt key, there is plenty of room.
5. ACR sliders are much more precise than LR.
6. ACR panel color is easier on the eye’s.
7. LR Module tab can’t be shrunk even though you can change text size.
8. ACR allows screen mode change with button.
9. LR Library Panel Tone Control adjustments show no values.
10. Bridge is much easier to customize than LR.
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