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for your inspiration, here's the fastest way to perform adjustments that i can think of:
While pressing a shortcut key
- the corresponding slider gets displayed right under the pointer
- moving the pointer left-right immediately performs the adjustment.
To commit, simply release the key.
You may try the following channel mixer demo to test-drive the interaction:
For the Flash-averse, there's also a screenshot available:
The rationale behind is that most of the adjustments are relative adjustments by nature,
by which i mean that the absolute numbers are mostly irrelevant. The desired amount of
the effect gets determined by applying a bit more or less of it until it looks right.
Grabbing the slider handle is only cognitive burden here, which can be shortcut away.
PS: Flash demos do not fit the UI brainstorm well, so i'm posting here
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