Lightroom Classic Keyboard Shortcut to Expand all stacked photos and Reduce all stacked photos

  • 5
  • Idea
  • Updated 8 months ago
Lightroom Classic , In Library module, please add Keyboard Shortcut to Expand all stacked photos and Reduce all stacked photos.


Photo of Yves Crausaz

Yves Crausaz

  • 751 Posts
  • 105 Reply Likes
  • happy

Posted 8 months ago

  • 5
Photo of Carlos Cardona

Carlos Cardona

  • 777 Posts
  • 149 Reply Likes
“s” will open/close one stack.
Photo of Yves Crausaz

Yves Crausaz

  • 751 Posts
  • 105 Reply Likes
I want to open all stacks, not only one!

Photo of Johan Elzenga

Johan Elzenga, Champion

  • 2914 Posts
  • 1251 Reply Likes
If all stacks are collapsed, then the following will work. Select all photos in the grid (Cmd-A / Ctrl-A), then press 'S'. That will toggle all stacks, so all collapsed stacks will expand, and all expanded stacks will collapse.
Photo of Yves Crausaz

Yves Crausaz

  • 751 Posts
  • 105 Reply Likes
Ok, therefore S work on group of chosen vignettes!


Photo of Yves Crausaz

Yves Crausaz

  • 751 Posts
  • 105 Reply Likes
I have just tested... Your resolution does not admit me, it is far too much slow and requires a selection, the 2 options of menus work extremely fast and especially do not require selection, what is a big advantage!



Photo of John R. Ellis

John R. Ellis, Champion

  • 5123 Posts
  • 1452 Reply Likes
I too observe that doing Cmd/Ctrl + A followed by "S" is signifcantly slower than Photo > Stacking > Collapse/Expand All Stacks -- the beach ball can start spinning for 5-8 seconds or more.

On Mac, you can easily assign keyboard shortcuts to the menu commands using the Mac's System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > App Shortcuts.  On Windows, you'll have to edit TranslatedStrings.txt.  See here for details on both methods:
https://www.lightroomqueen.com/custom-keyboard-shortcuts/
Photo of Yves Crausaz

Yves Crausaz

  • 751 Posts
  • 105 Reply Likes
Workaround  but not solutions ! Adobe takes out your thumbs and lengthens the list of shortcut or makes it éditable!

Photo of John R. Ellis

John R. Ellis, Champion

  • 5123 Posts
  • 1452 Reply Likes