Lightroom Classic 9.3: HSL/Color / B & W TAT activation adds Convert to Black & White No/Yes to the History panel

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In Color Treatment mode, when an image has at least one Graduated or Radial Filter local adjustment, then activating the TAT on the HSL/Color panel results in Convert to Black & White No being added to the History panel.

In Black & White Treatment mode, when an image has at least one Graduated or Radial Filter local adjusted, then activating the TAT on the B & W panel results in Convert to Black & White Yes being added to the History panel.

This problem does not occur when there are no Graduated or Radial Filter local adjustments, nor does it occur when the only local adjustments are Local Brush Adjustments.

These are meaningless steps being inserted into the History panel every time the HSL/Color or B & W TAT is activated after a Graduated or Radial Filter has been added.

Yet another annoying new bug in LrC 9.3 for which I use Undo to remove from the History panel every time it occurs.
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Anthony Blackett

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Robert Somrak, Champion

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I can duplicate that behavior.  Good catch.
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Victoria Bampton - Lightroom Queen, Champion

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I've already bugged this internally, although I thought it was process version related.
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Robert Somrak, Champion

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Victoria,
Its broken for me on Lr9.3 PV5
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Anthony Blackett

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Hi Victoria,

I tried this with PV1 and Lr 9.3's behaviour is still the same, so it's not related to the process version.
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Anthony Blackett

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This is another problem new to LrC 9.3 that I suspect could be related.

Selecting a Graduated Filter by clicking its pin adds an Update Graduated Filter entry into the History panel.

This doesn't happen with the Radial Filter or Adjustment Brush.

The development team are already aware of this issue.

I also suspect that both problems could be related to the fix for this problem:

https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/lr-classic-toggling-b-w-deletes-all-radial-filters-graduated-filters-and-adjustment-brushes


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I just encountered it.