Lightroom: Develop Module / Transform menu; Button choices could cause sliders to reflect the adjustments made.

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Sometimes seeing the slider relationships, and how they interact, can help someone to tweek these preset button computations. (Auto, Level, Verticle, Full)  Besides understand how each slider universally effects the aspect of the image.
Right now, the sliders stay centered when you press these buttons.
It would be nice to see the sliders move to their prospective places after pressing one of the buttons. I have a modeling amplifier with motorized knobs that move according to what ever effect /style preset is chosen. After that I can adjust the preset to my liking! Really cool!
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The Upright buttons use much more complicated adjustments behind the scenes than the sliders, so there isn't an exact correspondence to be able to map.
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The sliders when used in combination can do an aweful lot can't they? Turn the image inside out almost.
It seems the biggest changer button is the "Full" button. And it sometimes tweeks the dimensions pretty radical, but it doesn't seem beyond what the sliders can do. 
The computations are hefty to figure it out, but does the end result of the "FULL" button, actually go beyond the results available between all the sliders in conjunction with each other? Sorry for the double speak Victoria! By the way, I think you're the greatest! So, please excuse my inexperience in understanding this.