darkroom view layout

🔗left panel

From top to bottom:

navigation
Navigate and zoom the center view
snapshots
Take and view snapshots for comparison with the current edit
duplicate manager
View and manage duplicates
global color picker
Select and display color information taken from parts of the image
tagging
Manage tags
image information
Display information about the current image
mask manager
View and edit drawn shapes
export
Export selected images to local files or external services.

🔗right panel

From top to bottom:

histogram
A graphical depiction of the image’s light levels
module groups
Select module groups (if enabled)
search module
Search for a module (if enabled)
processing modules
The modules used to process an image
module order
Choose the order in which processing modules are executed in the pixelpipe

🔗bottom panel

darkroom-view-layout

From left to right:

presets
Quick access menu for module presets. You can manage the contents of this menu by selecting “manage quick presets list…”
styles
Quick access menu for styles
second darkroom window
For multi-monitor setup, allows the user to display a second image on another screen
focus peaking
Toggle focus peaking mode
color assessment
Toggle the ISO12646 color assessment view
raw overexposed warning
Toggle raw overexposed indicators (right-click for options)
clipping warning
Toggle clipping warnings (right-click for options)
soft proof
Toggle softproofing overlays (right-click for options)
gamut check
Toggle gamut checking (right-click for options)
overlay line colors
Set colors for modes that overlay lines on the image (masks, crop guides etc.)

You can also enable the filmstrip module at the bottom of the screen to allow you select and interact with the images that are currently visible in the lighttable view.