Shortcuts

and How to use Iris faster

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There are some shortcuts embedded in Iris for faster changing of some things. At the moment they are preset and not customizable, but this will be changed in the future. Here I will just list the current Iris shortcuts.

Ctrl+Alt+↑

Increase the Color Temperature by 500K. The key is called Up Arrow and it’s located next to the Num pad.

Ctrl+Alt+↓

Increase the Color Temperature by 500K. The key is called Down Arrow and it’s located next to the Num pad.

Ctrl+Alt+PgUp

Increase the Brightness by 10%. The key is called Page Up and it’s located next to the Num pad

Ctrl+Alt+PgDown

Decrease the Brightness by 10%. The key is called Page Down and it’s located next to the Num padCtrl+Alt+Page Up

Ctrl+Alt+Home

Enables Screen Overlay. Screen Overlay is useful for part screen Blue light and Brightness reduction. For example when you work with colors to select the affected screen area.

If you press this shortcut again you can select area for the Screen overlay by Left click and dragging the mouse.

Ctrl+Alt+End

Disables Screen Overlay. Screen Overlay is useful for part screen Blue light and Brightness reduction. For example when you work with colors to select the affected screen area.

Ctrl+Alt+R

Toggles Screen effects ON and OFF.

Ctrl+Alt+P

Pause or Unpause Iris

Ctrl+Alt+T

Pause or Unpause the Timer. This will not change the timer type, it will only stop the timer from showing rest screen. When unpaused timer type will be restored to the last set value.

Ctrl+Alt+M

Switch between Manual and Automatic mode

Ctrl+Alt+Enter

Have a rest now. Will do different things depending on which Timer mode is selected.

Ctrl+Alt+Esc

Quit Iris

Ctrl+Alt+Plus(+)

Zoom in the Screen. This is the Plus sign on the Num pad. The Plus sign on the main keyboard will not work. Works only on Windows currently.

Ctrl+Alt+Minus(-)

Zoom out the Screen. Works only on Windows currently. This is the Minus sign on the Num pad. The Minus sign on the main keyboard will not work. Works only on Windows currently.