Curves adjustment is not a tool; it's a horrible, soul-sucking, subversive interactive art-installation.

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OK, to be fair, I should also post some praise on the gloriously implemented curves overlay on the mobile app. Buttery smooth, and a large work area allowing for precision adjustments, even with my fat fingers.

Now then, how is it possible that the corresponding function on LR desktop is sooo nerfed? The work area is miniscule, adjustment points are clipping weirdly, and the curve graphic has some wonky rendering going on which is really confusing at times.

Allow interface resizing by dragging the panels, or opening a larger view of the various adjustments, either as overlay or own window.

I'm aware of the option to click around in the image and drag sliders for colour and curves, but they also feel imprecise, and in any case, they're not exactly practical for quickly dialling in a baseline S-curve adjustment.

I guess I could use my phone simultaneously as a separate curves editing screen, while working on dekstop, but that's a pretty silly solution imo.

Take care of it, will you?
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  • the onset of carpal tunnel from having to faff about too much in the tiny curves workspace.

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