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Thread: Lightroom Tip: Hiding Panels

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    Default Lightroom Tip: Hiding Panels

    Did you know that you can hide specific panels in Lightroom? You probably knew that you can collapse a panel just by clicking the tiny arrow next to the name of the panel. But you can also hide them so they simply donít show up. For example, personally I don’t use the Split Toning panel, so why even have it show up there anymore? To hide it (or any other panel) right click under the Histogram in the dark gray empty area in the Develop module (just to the left of the word Basic in the Basic panel). The panels that are visible will be checked. To hide one or more just click on it. Here’s a graphic that shows where I clicked and the list that youíll see.
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    It not only works in the Develop module but all of the modules. Cool huh? Well, have a great weekend! I’m on my way out to Adobe Max this weekend so I’ll make sure I give you a report next week if anything cool happens.


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    Default Re: Lightroom Tip: Hiding Panels

    Hi guys! just want to check with you all, I can't see the small dot that i used to collapse/expand my stacked photos... I am using LR4.4, and I remember to have that option in the earlier version. Thanks!


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