Lightroom Classic: Put Color Labels and Stars in Full Screen view at the bottom

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How about putting Color Labels and Stars in Full Screen view at the bottom - so that when Editing and Culling FAST FAST FAST, did I say FASSSTTT!!! one can do selects for mulitple projects quickly without having to go back to Gallery View. Seriously, this eats up major time when you have 23,658 RAW to edit and cull in 4 days!!! Thanks!! amynnasser.com here's an example of 60 pages that had to be done in a very short SHORT TIME!!! 
http://j.mp/NSRPIM21
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Great images!
Do you use-  Loupe view [E] , then [SHIFT+TAB].   It gets close to full-screen.
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Loupe does not cut it when you want full screen view - Full screen view SHOULD show what parameters you marked whether a color, star, both, or otherwise. It is an issue of functionality of speed!!
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Are you referring to Lightroom desktop or Lightroom mobile?
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@Victoria Bampton, Champion!! I am referring to Desktop Mac however the same in Lightroom Mobile would be rather SMART as well!!! Nes Pa? Don't you think!!!

SPEED!! 

Come see me at http://instagram.com/amynnasser


 
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@Robert Cullen 
Yes, I use Loupe view however, I have a workflow in Photomechanic that allows for superfast edits that brings it back to Lightroom. HOWEVER, reason for my post was not for LOUPE but for being able to see LABELS and STARS when in Full Screen View!!! 

Right now in Full Screen View - I cannot see what I have marked.... AND - my edits are done for 4 things at once - meaning - for the Editorial on hand, for Licensing, for other projects and for Fine Art - so - being able to see what COLORS and STARS are on there in Full Screen means I do not have to go to Gallery View!!!

@Victoria Bampton, Champion!! I am referring to Desktop Mac however the same in Lightroom Mobile would be rather SMART as well!!! Nes Pa? Don't you think!!!

Come see me at http://instagram.com/amynnasser


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Amyn,
Did you go Loupe view,  AND THEN PRESS SHIFT+TAB.?
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Robert,
Yes, however, that is not full screen view!! 
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not full screen view!!
Maybe, but close!
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Hi Robert,
Thanks for this!! Looks good however I want Adobe to put these features in. Color Labels and Stars should be viewable in Full Screen View. It's is what I am paying for in the software. Short of that, not having it there means that I am being short changed in workflow. :) Adobe has overlooked the proper use of Full Screen View. What's the point of looking at what you are working on without being able to have your workflow selects information on the View? Get this feature going so it is in the next release Adobe as I can be relentless! 
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Adobe Fell Asleep on this feature!