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Tue, Jun 19, 2018 10:25 PM

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Lightroom CC: No longer possible to 'auto' single sliders after 1.4 update?

Hi there. I just updated to LR CC 1.4 on desktop (on MacBook Pro running High Sierra) and I noticed that it no longer appears to be possible to automatically set individual edit sliders. Previously, you could alt-click or shift-double click a slider, such as black point, to 'auto' it individually, but now those commands just reset the sliders to 0. Is this a deliberate change? Is there another way to accomplish this now? Thanks very much.

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Official Solution

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402 Points

2 years ago

Lightroom CC 1.5 and Classic CC 7.5 was released today and should address this issue.  Click the ellipses at the top and choose “Check for App Updates.”

Let us know if this solves the issue!

- Carissa 

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2 years ago

I can reproduce this. I'll bug it internally, as I'm not sure whether it was intentional (and I want it back too!)

27 Messages

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2 years ago

Thanks, Victoria!

Adobe Administrator

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2 years ago

Thanks for reporting the issue. We have identified it and are fixing it for an upcoming release.
 

Adobe Photography Products

Quality Engineering - Customer Advocacy

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2 years ago

Thanks for fixing! Would Adobe consider issuing small bug fix releases for LRCC more frequently than the normal 2-month major update cycle as issues like this are identified? On both the 1.3 and 1.4 releases, simple bugs were introduced that significantly impacted my workflow. It would be desirable to have little things like this fixed promptly and avoid having to wait for the next feature-expanding update just to be able to use the program normally again. Thanks again for your help!

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I’d agree, bugs should be fixed ASAP

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I came on specifically to ask this question. Seems a bad model to only fix bugs that have been introduced by a 1.* release and making users wait 2 months to get it. Taking app stores, you'd generally get lots of bug fix (nothing much to see here) releases along side the bigger feature updates.