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LIbrary Module File Name, Keywords, Adjustments icon gone

Souwalker

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Hi

I had it all one minute and I must have hit a short cut and got rid of it.

In my thumbnails, I had the file name, keyword icons and adjustments done icon and they are all gone. How do I get them back?

Thanks
 
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Patrick, are you talking about the Grid View, or the Filmstrip?

If Grid view there are loads of different options: Library>View Options (or Ctrl+J) will bring up the View Options dialog, Library>Grid Info Style will give you additional options such as turning on/off the badges (or Ctrl+Alt+Shift+H).

If Filmstrip, go to Edit>Preferences>Interface and select your Filmstrip options as appropriate (Badges and Tool Tips would give you what you want).
 

jid9p80vph

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Hi Patrick,

You probably pressed "J", which cycles through the view styles. Press "J" a few more times to get back to your preferred layout.
 
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