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Keyboard shortcuts

Posted: 02 May 2017, 13:56
by afbigfish
I love this software but would really like to see some more keyboard shortcuts added, for things like shutter speed, aperture, iso, but MOST of all shutter speed I am always adjusting it and having to click on the shutter speed and scrolling through the drop down list is very tedious. the up and down arrows would be perfect for shutter speed. Or a way for users to customize shortcut keys if this is already a feature and I missed it please let me know.

Re: Keyboard shortcuts

Posted: 03 May 2017, 13:35
by hubaiz
F3/F4 should -/+ the shutter speed
F5/F6 should -/+ the aperture
shift + F3/F4 should -/+ ISO

Re: Keyboard shortcuts

Posted: 07 May 2017, 14:11
by afbigfish
Oh, TY I will try that out next time I fire up the camera and dashboard.

Re: Keyboard shortcuts

Posted: 07 May 2017, 14:49
by afbigfish
Well I couldn't wait I tried to test this but the F keys did nothing for me. this is the only hot keys that work for me. Using sony a7rii
Alt=capture
Esc=closes the drop down lists or image review
Ctrl=brings up ISO drop down list
Shift=Brings up Exp. Comp. drop down list

Re: Keyboard shortcuts

Posted: 07 May 2017, 18:26
by hubaiz
On what OS (Windows, Linux, OSX) ?

Re: Keyboard shortcuts

Posted: 09 May 2017, 02:05
by afbigfish
windows

Re: Keyboard shortcuts

Posted: 09 May 2017, 16:06
by hubaiz
Will check, I guess the problem is that I didn't implement the inc/dec methods for the Sony implementation.

Re: Keyboard shortcuts

Posted: 06 May 2019, 23:21
by MateuszW
I also have a problem with shortcuts but quite different. I am using Nikon camera on Windows. I want to change shutter speed in LV movie mode (in particular during recording) using F3 and F4 keys but this doesn't work. Shortcuts works fine without LV or in LV photo mode. Only in LV movie mode it doesn't work. I can only change the shutter using bottom panel and mouse (it works also during recording).
It is a bug, or it is not implemented at all? Can you add this feature, it is very important for me? :) Thanks in advance!
Mateusz