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Thu, Nov 8, 2018 7:42 PM

Lightroom Classic: Forgets HSL panel settings when exiting Develop module

I’m using latest Lightroom Classic CC on MacOS Mojave. I sometimes adjust color specific luminance, occasionally adjust color-specific saturation, and just about never adjust hue. However, when I leave the Develop module and return, Lightroom shifts the selected parameter back to hue. I have to click luminance or saturation column each time to get back to what I want to edit with the sliders.

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2 years ago

Stephen, I tried for about 20 minutes and couldn't repeat what you are seeing. The Luminance or Saturation slider selection remains active across images and across modules.  I even tried selecting Luminance and then went to Web, Print, Slideshow, Book, Map and then Library. When I got back to Develop it was still on Luminance

If I close Lightroom and restart it remembers my last selection as well. 

Does this misbehavior you are seeing persist across a restart of Lightroom? A restart of the computer?
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Quality Engineering - Customer Advocacy

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2 years ago

This misbehavior has persisted for several days, yes, including Mojave and Lightroom restarts. I'm not sure when it started but it's been at least a week or so since I noticed. Here's a video to prove I'm not going bananas.

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2 years ago

It just occurred to me that the Loupedeck+ editing console I'm trying might well be to blame. I don't have it plugged in at the moment but when I did, I think it had the Hue of HSL selected. Maybe the Loupedeck software remembers that.

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Hi Stephen,

This is because the plugin is opening the Hue panel every time Develop module is opened.

Thanks,
Bhargav  

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Yes indeed, I just tried quitting the Loupedeck software and it stopped grabbing the hue section. Thanks, all!