Thanks Keith - I think I’m getting my keyboard shortcuts muddled up. They made computer mice for people like me
It could be Shift+Arrow I’m thinking of - I’ve tried various combinations though I’m sure. You highlight one, press a key or two PLUS the right arrow say and the pick moves through the filmstrip/ gallery in the direction chosen, selecting each thumbnail as it goes - when you have n selected you can apply whatever change/ paste/ action you wish on all of them at once.
I feel sure it must be there, it’s a universal method
Thank you both - Shift+Arrow works in PhotoMechanic Plus 6 in macOS and I, for one, find it useful for applying metadata. As they are (generally) displayed chronologically I often find that location/ headline/ event etc. is the same. The same could be said for presets, or other corrections, that I want to apply to the same closely-related simultaneous subset of images in PL.
It’s no biggy, quite simple to Ctrl/Shift-Click. Appreciate your input.