Lr4.0 - Clarity in locals should be down-throttled upon conversion, just like global clarity.

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Not at all unusual for me to have wonky conversions due to over-strong clarity in locals.

Adobe: Please halfen values for local clarity, just like you're doing for global clarity, upon conversion - thanks.

I'm not sure if this was an oversight or on purpose, but it's present behavior is often problematic for me - I often use clarity locally instead of or along with globally - they're like a team... (I know you go through the locals to convert brightness to exposure..., maybe do clarity too for next release?).

Rob
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I had to read it 3 times to understand.

By "conversion", you mean process version update from 2010 to 2012?
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Right. Sorry I wasn't more clear.

Like when you alt-click the exclamation to convert from PV2010 to PV2012 - Lr4 will halfen the global clarity, but leave local clarity values at full strength.
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Well, then you got a star...
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Well, I've been told it's by design. Not sure why.
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Thanks - does it violate your NDA to say who told?
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Not Eric.
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You tease ;-}