First of all, make sure, tat the "Primary only" flag is not enabled. (Edit menu > Primary only).
Then rotate, clip, keywords will be applied to all selected image versions.
Only the adjustments applied from the Adjustment panel will still only be applied to the primary selection. But you can use the "Lift&Stamp" tool to transfer all adjustments from an edited image to all selected images at once.
The "Lift&Stamp" tool to the left, the "primary Only" button to the right.
And note, too, that while adjustments applied from the Inspector are applied to on the Primary Selection, adjustments made from the Photos menu are applied to all selected Images.
In general, use the tools in the Inspectors to change the Primary Selection, and the commands on the menus to change all selected Images.
This made more sense as a codicil to Léonie's post, but apparently we were both writing at the same time. Her changes make this fit poorly, but I think the distinction of Primary Selection makes it worth leaving up.
Message was edited by: Kirby Krieger
but I think the distinction of Primary Selection makes it worth leaving up.
Editing my post took a long time, because I needed three attempts plus signing out of ASC and back in to post the screenshot. And your answer did not show at all. The forum software is again very temperamentful.
And I did not even manage to correct the typos within the fifteen minutes we are allowed for editing.