LIST OF wanted features for both LR/PS. My version of LR/PS on steroids.

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Develop Module:
-the clone adjustment to be able to rotate the source and target independently
-spot healing brush with ability to rotate the source and target indep.
-dedicated locking of each development type, ie. fill light locking, exposure locking, lens correction locking. AND each sub adjustable feature can be locked as well. Like locking a layer in PS.
-Graduated filter left or right/left/horizontal effect on/off switch for each.
-Graduated filter vertical height adjustment.
-Graduated filter (like PS) photo filters on/off with preserve luminosity.
-art history type feature for all history line items.
-feature to turn of or on any history line item.
-cmyk, pantone color adjustments added to Color adjustment section.
-dock/undock side panels so they can be dragged to a separate monitor, save layout too, like PS.
-console detailed progress list and bar for each task processing.

I have tons of more ideas if someone wants to give me a job at adobe LR/PS department!!

Derek Gold
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Derek Gold

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Posted 6 years ago

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Rob Cole

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I think Adobe was hoping people would submit a separate idea for each item, instead of multi-item lists.

PS - I like your idea for a progress console: I may steal that one for a separate request if you don't do it.

(Some of the others are duplicates).
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Derek Gold

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Why do they care if it's separate. If a moderator/reviewer likes the idea then they can create a topic or promote it directly to planned!
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Having a separate topic for each major suggestion allows other users to discuss the suggestion and vote on it. Having much different suggestions mixed together (e.g. graduated filters and docking/undocking) makes it harder to conduct discussions and vote, making it less likely that Adobe might pay attention to it.