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Sun, Oct 14, 2018 5:45 AM

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Adjustment Brush saves random settings as default

Adjustment Brush saves random settings as default. Sometimes (rarely) it updates them. And there is no way to reset default settings to all zeros. THIS IS VERY INCONVENIENT. Please fix the issue in the next update.

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Champion

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102.2K Points

2 years ago

The default settings it selects are the last settings you selected BEFORE you adding a brush stroke. To change the defaults, select one of the local adjustment tools, make sure the Options panel is set to New rather than Edit mode, and adjust the sliders to your new chosen defaults. Lightroom remembers these settings and uses them for any new Graduated Filters, Radial Filters or Adjustment Brush strokes, until you next repeat the process.

225 Messages

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It's absolutely not obvious and such strange behavior must be fixed. Just add buttons "Save (default settings)" and "Reset (default settings)".

Champion

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Yeah, I agree it's not obvious. I'll convert this to a feature request for consideration.

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It's not only not obvious, but also very inconvenient - even if you know how it works.

Champion

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It's been like it since the local adjustments were introduced in version 2 in June 2008, and it's surprising how infrequently people ask about it, but you've got my vote as it's not intuitive.