Lightroom? Manual Lens Correction Sliders Work Inconsistently with Shift Key

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Manual Lens Correction Slider works inconsistently when holding the Shift key. When I want to make a subtle adjustment to any of the Transform sliders using the Shift key, I must click on the slider BEFORE pressing the shift key to get an initial subtle adjustment. If the Shift key is pressed before clicking and holding on the slider, then the INITIAL adjustment will be gross.

Example, if I'm moving the Rotate slider, clicking on the slider and THEN pressing the shift key results in a 0.1 degree rotation. If I press the Shift key before clicking on the slider, then the initial increment results in 0.5 degree movement (followed by 0.1 degree increments after the initial 0.5 move).

This is very frustrating since I frequently make subtle perspective adjustments on almost all images. I'm currently required to always remember to click the slider before hitting Shift. However it's much more natural for me to keep my finger on the Shift while making these adjustments. This results in always having to jump to a larger adjustment and then back track to the 0.1 degree most often used. This is common behavior to all the sliders in the Lens Correction Manual Transform panel (and possibly others?).
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Rob Larsen

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