My first post!
I'm using darktable 3.4.1 and trying to efficiently drive culling view selections, using mouse + conventional modifier keys.
I can use ctrl-click to add/remove images from the culling view in dynamic mode. Also shift-click to add a range of images.
I am struggling to efficiently clear the current selection and start a new selection.
I'd expect single click from mouse on a new image would do this. However, single click has no effect for me.
I'm aware I can workaround, first using a key combo to clear current selection (Ctrl-Shift-A), and then ctrl-click the new image.
The key-combo does what I need, however it's another keyboard combo to remember. I'd prefer keeping things mouse driven using the conventional modifier keys (i.e. single click to clear & start, ctrl-click to add single, shift-click to add range, etc).
Is there a way to clear an existing selection and start a new selection in dynamic culling mode, using mouse + conventional modifier keys?