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    Default LR - How do you get fine control of adjustment sliders with the mouse?

    In lightroom how do you get fine control of adjustment sliders with the mouse, the scroll wheel in particular?
    It seems you can press Shift or Alt to get very granular/small steps with the mouse scroll wheel but I'm on Windows 10 LR 6 and it doesn't seem to do anything.
    Things like the Temp slider will move in jumps of minimum 250, one advice I tried was to make the Adjustments toolbar very wide but that didn't help at all.
    Also tried tweaking the mouse settings in the mouse's driver panel (its a Logitech Anywhere MX mouse) and that also had no effect.

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    Default Re: LR - How do you get fine control of adjustment sliders with the mouse?

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    I don't know with the scroll wheel, but highlight the small window to the right of the slider, left click and drag left or right or use up and down arrow keys on keyboard
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    Default Re: LR - How do you get fine control of adjustment sliders with the mouse?

    Quote Originally Posted by ganna View Post
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    I don't know with the scroll wheel, but highlight the small window to the right of the slider, left click and drag left or right or use up and down arrow keys on keyboard
    That works a charm but I like a speed of the mouse scroll well, never mind saving my wrist from RSI.

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