Using HUDs in Full Screen View

You can use any of the Aperture HUDs in Full Screen view. For example, you can open a HUD when you want to add keywords or make adjustments to images.

Figure. Full Screen view showing the Inspector HUD.

Keywords HUD

Use the Keywords HUD to create and organize keywords and to add keywords to your images.

To show or hide the Keywords HUD
Do one of the following:
  • Click the Keywords HUD button in the toolbar.

    Figure. Keywords HUD showing the keyword groups.
  • Press Shift-H.

For more information about using the Keywords HUD, see Applying Keywords to Images.

Inspector HUD

Use the Inspector HUD to navigate through the library, modify metadata in your images, and perform adjustments.

To show or hide the Inspector HUD
Do one of the following:
  • Click the Inspector HUD button in the toolbar.

    Figure. Inspector HUD showing the Adjustments pane.
  • Press H.

You can temporarily hide the Inspector HUD while performing an image adjustment, so that you have an unobstructed view of your image as you adjust it.

To temporarily hide the Inspector HUD while making an adjustment
  • Hold down the Shift key while dragging a slider in the Adjustments pane of the Inspector HUD.

    When you release the Shift key, the Inspector HUD reappears.

Tool HUDs

Many of the adjustment tools work in conjunction with HUDs, and you can use all of them in Full Screen view.

To open any of the adjustment tool HUDs
  1. Show the Full Screen view toolbar by moving your pointer to the top of the screen on your main display.

  2. Select an adjustment tool in the toolbar, or choose a Quick Brush adjustment from the Quick Brush pop-up menu.

    If the tool you selected has a HUD, that HUD appears. For more information about using any of the adjustment tools and their HUDs, see Making Image Adjustments.

    Figure. Crop tool in the Full Screen view toolbar and the Crop HUD that appears when you select the Crop tool.
To hide the adjustment tool HUDs
  • Select the Selection tool in the toolbar.