Bridge 10.1 / Camera Raw / Go through views before / after Since the last update PS 21.2 / bridge v 10.1 / Camera Raw v 12.3/

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Bridge 10.1 / Camera Raw / Go through views before / after Since the last update PS 21.2 / bridge v 10.1 / Camera Raw v 12.3/ the views from befort to after have changed. Unfortunately, I can no longer display the whole picture as before and after. This is only possible separately and in a continuous process. You can set various variants but only the single view cannot be shown as before and after. I do not mean the comparison back to the standard version, it still works the same. I mean the comparison from the last opening of the image in Camera Raw to the current change. Why was that taken out? The variants with separate variants are ok, but displaying the whole picture before and then with one click shows the difference in the whole picture. Please put this function back in.
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Scott Bufkin

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Press p on your keyboard (on a PC, at least - probably the same on Mac).  Press p again to restore all of your edits.
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Lukas Allenbach

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so easy if you know it :-)   Thank you so much Scott  !!!!!! Jupiehhhh !! 
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Hi, Lucas.  You're very welcome.  Glad it worked for you!
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Dear Scott, Adobe Team
Unfortunately, I didn't realize at the first moment that p only shows the before / after, if you changed something beforehand, like resetting the correction made before.

But if I change something in the correction brush and radial filter, it would be interesting to have a display with correction (after) and the view without correction (before) and to switch back and forth. Just like when I show and hide a correction layer in Photoshop.
This was possible before the update and with one click on the whole picture.

If I open an edited image a second time and go to the correction brush, for example, and I want to check again how this correction works and press the letter p nothing happens.

Do you understand what I mean.
Maybe someone from Adobe can explain to me why this function has been removed.
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Lucas,

Yes, I understand exactly what you mean.  I hope this was just an oversight by Adobe.  I need the ability to toggle the effect of all adjustments, including brush, gradient, and radial.

Suggestion:  pressing and holding the eye icon on the other panels toggles the effect of edits made in that panel.  All Adobe needs to do is add an eye icon when the brush, gradient, and radial panels are open and make them work the same way.

Further suggestion:  There are small white dots next to each icon on the vertical right window (Edit, Crop, Brush, etc.) indicating that an adjustment has been made in that panel.  Adobe could simply make them work the same way as the eye icons - press and hold shows the image without adjustments in that panel.  Release, adjustments are returned.

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Thanks Scott
I think exactly the same thing.
Does Adobe see our chat or should I report it to support?
greetings from Switzerland
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Hi, Lukas.
The only way to be sure Adobe has read a thread on this forum is when an Adobe employee comments.  I will log this as a bug in Camera Raw - hope someone at Adobe reads it.
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Thanks Scott
an i will write to Adobe to show this problem.