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Filmstrip Scroll Bar

nIkedoni1a

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Can anyone tell me why the scroll bar beneath the filmstrip (LR 3) has different widths at different times. What does a longer scroll bar represent as compared to a shorter one?
 
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The length of the "thumb" of the scroll bar gives you a rough idea of the ratio of the number of images in the filmstrip to the total number of images in the current grid view.

A long bar means that there are fewer total pictures in the current grid, and a short bar means there are more. This is similar to the length of the thumb that runs down the side of your browser. Moving the thumb it's own length will bring in a complete new page.

Hal
 
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