Lightroom Classic: Vertical Transform adjustment granularity

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I take real estate photos. Many of the rooms need ROTATE and VERTICAL touch ups. When rolling the mouse wheel the ROTATE transform function has the perfect amount of granularity(tenths of a degree I think). However, the VERTICAL transform function moves in steps of 5 which is way to fast. Is there a way to decrease the step size to 1 step per mouse roll step?
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Art DeBrito

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Simon Chen, Principal Computer Scientist

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Most of the Lightroom develop slider/numeric edit combo has the following behavior:

1. Press Option/Alt while using the up/down arrow to increase/decrease the adjustment (when hovering over the slider/numeric edit combo) will stop down the stepping by a smaller amount
2. 1. Press Shift while using the up/down arrow to increase/decrease the adjustment (when hovering over the slider/numeric edit combo) will stop up the stepping by a smaller amount
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Art DeBrito

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This seems to make adjustments to the photo. I would like to decrease the default behavior of the mouse roller.