Lightroom Classic 9.1/9.2: CREATING PRESET is COPYING tone curve even though it's UNTICKED

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Been fighting with lightroom trying to create a noise reduction preset, so I tick the boxes for noise reduction and sharpening in the dialogue box (with the tone curve data unticked), but when I apply the saved preset, the tone curve gets overhauled with the data that was in the photo I created the preset from. HOW is this happening? I'm just trying to make my editing more streamlined and I'm getting hit with this which is instead wasting my time.
Now I have to log onto the forums to see if someone knows the answer. Frustrated is not the word.

Anyway, I was on v9.1 when I noticed the problem, I saw I needed an update (9.2) and did so hoping it would help, but there was no change.

Here's hoping someone might know the answer. Also Adobe this is not a new feature.
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Peter Dias

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Robert Somrak, Champion

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Doesn't happen here.  Only the sharpness and noise data is included in the preset.
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Peter Dias

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damn, that's weird. thanks for the input
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Arjun Haarith, Employee

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Hi Peter,

I am not able to reproduce the issue on both Mac 10.15 and Win 10.
Could you please share a video recording along with the preset you have created to haarithg@adobe.com?

Thanks,
Arjun
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Peter Dias

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neat! I'll send it over shortly.
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Rikk Flohr, Official Rep

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1. Close Lightroom.
2. Hold down [Alt/Opt]+[Shift] while restarting Lightroom.
3. Overwrite the Preferences when prompted by the dialog.
4. Close Lightroom.
5. Restart Lightroom.

Does that resolve the issue?
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Peter Dias

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Nope.