Lightroom Classic: User customizable tear-off menu with scripting, record-playback

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Relocateable tear-off menu and macro/scripts (keyboard recording and playback included) so you can put your sequences of operations one right after the other in some area of your
choice, like a second monitor.

A user custom menu – where you can drag specific
functions into a shortened set so you’re not popping around the screen
endlessly.

Allow dragging individual existing presets there too without having to expand the left side, open the the panel item etc.

Example - if I don't like the auto-tone, (which is better than it once was)...
I set the black, white  points using the SHIFT-double-click on black, then on white - sometimes on Vibrance, othertimes not. I'd like to be able to record such sets of steps for single click execution.

If I do 10 things in sequence - it would be nice to group them and click them off in 1 shot. 

And while we're at it, how about incremental values on presets and not just absolute values, or is there a way to do that that I haven't discovered (outside of the library module's few develop-like controls) ?  I'm not talking about syncing images btw.

(split from a different idea filed per suggestion of Rikk Flohr)
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richard stavast

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Rikk Flohr, Official Rep

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Nicely articulated.