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Camera Raw Filter Conundrum
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Jan 13, 2021 19:05:34   #
photodoc16
 
Mr. and Ms. Hog wherever you are,
I am having an ongoing problem with the CRF. I have tried to get help on the Adobe Photoshop Forum but no luck. I have to be able to reduce the size of the CRF screen so I can see the 'Exit' option in the lower right corner of the screen. Otherwise I cannot leave the filter without signing out of the computer.
I was told to hit the F key to enlarge the panel but that is exactly what I do not want to do. Does anyone have a solution to this dilemma?
Thanks,
Photodoc16

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Jan 13, 2021 19:16:51   #
User ID
 
Sometimes adding “shift” to a keyboard command makes it operate in reverse.

So if “F” enlarges, then maybe “shift F” reduces ? You could also try “alt F” and “control F”, if “shift F” disappoints.

I assume you’ve also tried the Escape key and also right clicking on whatever looks promising ?

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Jan 13, 2021 19:35:11   #
Ourspolair
 
If you can see the top right-hand side of the ACR window, hit the double-arrow icon. This should reduce the screen size ... same as the "f" key, which will both expand and reduce the size of the screen. If you have expanded the window using your mouse on the bottom corner, it should still reduce your window to the normal size. After you have control over the window, maybe you should reduce its size a bit using the mouse on the bottom left corner to make it smaller...

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Jan 13, 2021 19:36:11   #
Hal81 Loc: Bucks County, Pa.
 
CRF= Cannot Remember "F" Stops.

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Jan 13, 2021 19:38:16   #
fredpnm Loc: Corrales, NM
 
Withdraw reply...

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Jan 13, 2021 19:41:23   #
photodoc16
 
Ourspolair,
The double arrow has no effect on the size of the CRF, just on the size of the image itself. The only control of the CRF total screen size with the mouse is from the side on the right, not from the corners or anywhere else. There has to be a way to reduce the CRF total screen size so I can see the exit button.
Thanks,
Photodoc16

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Jan 13, 2021 19:43:15   #
photodoc16
 
UserID,
Nothing worked. F + shift or F + CTRL.
Thanks,
Photodoc16

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Jan 13, 2021 20:02:01   #
User ID
 
photodoc16 wrote:
UserID,
Nothing worked. F + shift or F + CTRL.
Thanks,
Photodoc16


Is there a quit, exit, or similar choice in the “file” pull down menu ?

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Jan 13, 2021 20:39:12   #
bleirer
 
What I see in Google is that it has to do with the windows scaling setting. They say to go into the scaling settings and if you are at 150 go into advanced scaling and choose 145 or a lower amount you can live with on your other apps. . Exit the scaling menu so it applies.

Only reporting what I read, I'll give it a try later.

Edit: seems to work on mine. My recommended is 125 but it depends on the screen size and resolution. I have it set for 125 and get full screen and F toggles the full screen on and off.

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Jan 13, 2021 20:48:13   #
Rongnongno Loc: FL
 
If you have a double screen the filter options might be hidden under the application that is over the ACRF display...

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Jan 13, 2021 21:39:11   #
Gene51 Loc: Yonkers, NY, now in LSD (LowerSlowerDelaware)
 
photodoc16 wrote:
Mr. and Ms. Hog wherever you are,
I am having an ongoing problem with the CRF. I have tried to get help on the Adobe Photoshop Forum but no luck. I have to be able to reduce the size of the CRF screen so I can see the 'Exit' option in the lower right corner of the screen. Otherwise I cannot leave the filter without signing out of the computer.
I was told to hit the F key to enlarge the panel but that is exactly what I do not want to do. Does anyone have a solution to this dilemma?
Thanks,
Photodoc16
Mr. and Ms. Hog wherever you are, br I am having a... (show quote)


On my Windows computer, when using the Camera Raw Filter, hitting the <F> key toggles between full screen and a window. If you are in full screen mode, hitting the F key once will get you to a window view where you can resize the window by grabbing a corner, top or side and dragging it towards the center. Hitting F again will return you to the full screen view of the CRF editor.

There is no need to use Alt, Ctrl, or Shift to get this to happen, btw.

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Jan 14, 2021 05:42:30   #
kymarto Loc: Portland OR and Milan Italy
 
In Windows go to settings>display and reduce the scaling.

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Jan 14, 2021 05:42:44   #
billnikon Loc: Pennsylvania/Ohio/Florida/Maui/Oregon/Vermont
 
photodoc16 wrote:
Mr. and Ms. Hog wherever you are,
I am having an ongoing problem with the CRF. I have tried to get help on the Adobe Photoshop Forum but no luck. I have to be able to reduce the size of the CRF screen so I can see the 'Exit' option in the lower right corner of the screen. Otherwise I cannot leave the filter without signing out of the computer.
I was told to hit the F key to enlarge the panel but that is exactly what I do not want to do. Does anyone have a solution to this dilemma?
Thanks,
Photodoc16
Mr. and Ms. Hog wherever you are, br I am having a... (show quote)


Try Ctrl D.

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Jan 14, 2021 06:46:09   #
traderjohn Loc: New York City
 
photodoc16 wrote:
Mr. and Ms. Hog wherever you are,
I am having an ongoing problem with the CRF. I have tried to get help on the Adobe Photoshop Forum but no luck. I have to be able to reduce the size of the CRF screen so I can see the 'Exit' option in the lower right corner of the screen. Otherwise I cannot leave the filter without signing out of the computer.
I was told to hit the F key to enlarge the panel but that is exactly what I do not want to do. Does anyone have a solution to this dilemma?
Thanks,
Photodoc16
Mr. and Ms. Hog wherever you are, br I am having a... (show quote)


Delete the program. Sign back in and dowload.

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Jan 14, 2021 08:39:41   #
Bayou
 
bleirer wrote:
What I see in Google is that it has to do with the windows scaling setting. They say to go into the scaling settings and if you are at 150 go into advanced scaling and choose 145 or a lower amount you can live with on your other apps. . Exit the scaling menu so it applies.

Only reporting what I read, I'll give it a try later.

Edit: seems to work on mine. My recommended is 125 but it depends on the screen size and resolution. I have it set for 125 and get full screen and F toggles the full screen on and off.
What I see in Google is that it has to do with the... (show quote)


This may well be the issue. Some programs simply can't function properly with larger than default scaling.

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