Camera Raw Filter: Reset Local Correction?

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I used the adjustment brush from the Camera Raw Filter for a picture, using the "Reset Local Correction Settings" to further edit the picture. Now, that option is grayed out for the next images I planned to edit, but the shadow of where I used the adjustment brush previously shows up. Anyone know how to fix that?
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Karen

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Brian Pierce

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That resets the brush, It won't undo changes you've already made. is greyed out because its already reset.
if you want to undo all the camera raw adjustments then delete the associated .XMP file or in Camera Raw, hold down the ALT key and click RESET 
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> "if you want to undo all the camera raw adjustments then delete the associated .XMP file or in Camera Raw, hold down the ALT key and click RESET"

The OP is asking about using the CR Filter on a rendered bitmap image in PS (not the CR Plugin), so no XMP is written and once OK has been clicked the only way to get rid of the edit is to step back through the PS History panel - if the edited version has not been saved.