Logitech CRAFT Advanced Wireless Keyboard Now Supports Adobe Lightroom Classic

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅01.03.2018 15:37:48


Logitech CRAFT Advanced Wireless Keyboard now features support for Adobe Lightroom Classic CC functions. The CRAFT is Logitech’s flagship keyboard for productivity and creative applications with its innovative Creative Input Dial which now includes support for Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, a popular photo editing software. A new CRAFT Software Developer Kit is now available to enable this features support.

With Logitech CRAFT, you can now edit photos faster on Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. By using the Crown, access 11 different editing tools on-the-fly such as tint contrast or shadows, saturation, and others without fidgeting with sliders. You only need a quick tap to change functions and a smooth turn to select the function’s value. The Crown is intuitive and fluid to use, giving efficiency and uninterrupted creative flow to the way you work.

Here are additional updates on what the CRAFT’s Crown can do:
- Adobe Reader DC on Windows: Zoom, change the page and scroll horizontally.
- VLC Media Player on Windows: Skip forward and backward while watching a video, or adjust the volume.
- Preview on Mac: Zoom, change the page and scroll horizontally.
- Quicktime on Mac: Skip forward and backward while watching a video, or adjust the volume.
- Safari for Mac: Navigate between tabs.
- Spotify TM for Mac and Windows: Play and pause your music, change the volume, or change songs.

Watch the Logitech CRAFT’s functions in Adobe Photoshop below.


Pricing and Availability
CRAFT updates are available today through Logitech Options 6.8, which is a free download from logitech.com/options. The Logitech CRAFT Advanced Keyboard with Creative Input Dial has an MSRP of GBP 179.00.

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