• Welcome to the Lightroom Queen Forums! We're a friendly bunch, so please feel free to register and join in the conversation. If you're not familiar with forums, you'll find step by step instructions on how to post your first thread under Help at the bottom of the page. You're also welcome to download our free Lightroom Quick Start eBooks and explore our other FAQ resources.
  • Stop struggling with Lightroom! There's no need to spend hours hunting for the answers to your Lightroom Classic questions. All the information you need is in Adobe Lightroom Classic - The Missing FAQ!

    To help you get started, there's a series of easy tutorials to guide you through a simple workflow. As you grow in confidence, the book switches to a conversational FAQ format, so you can quickly find answers to advanced questions. And better still, the eBooks are updated for every release, so it's always up to date.
  • It's Lightroom update time again! Just the usual new cameras, lens profiles and bug fixes. See this blog post for Lightroom Classic and this blog post for the Lightroom Cloud Ecosystem changes. If you use a custom monitor profile on macOS, note that the Classic performance bug is not yet fixed.

What hot key to return original screen layout?

adonetok

Member
Joined
Aug 29, 2020
Messages
37
Lightroom Version
9.3
Operating System
  1. Windows 10
My edit screen has many sections, e.g. File, View..., left panel, right panel, library, develop...
By accident I hit a key and then the screen layout totally. There are only Grid, Loupe,... Normal, Live, Locked tabs which I never used.
What hot key to return original screen layout in which including edit tools?
 
Joined
Nov 30, 2012
Messages
541
Lightroom Experience
Power User
Lightroom Version
Classic
If you see only Grid, Loupe, Locked… that sounds like the Secondary Display window was opened and is now overlaying the primary display.

If that's the reason, to get out of this you can deselect the command Window > Secondary Display > Show, or press the shortcut shown for it which is Ctrl-F11. That might be the key combination that accidentally made this happen.
 

adonetok

Member
Joined
Aug 29, 2020
Messages
37
If you see only Grid, Loupe, Locked… that sounds like the Secondary Display window was opened and is now overlaying the primary display.

If that's the reason, to get out of this you can deselect the command Window > Secondary Display > Show, or press the shortcut shown for it which is Ctrl-F11. That might be the key combination that accidentally made this happen.
I pressed F11, it works.
Thanks.
 
Top