Lightroom: Make Adjustment Brush Anchors More Visible when going into Adjustment mode

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Depending on the tones, colors and complexity of a photo, finding the Adjustment Brush Anchor points, which are always grey, can be occasionally challenging. I find myself having to press K - repeatedly, looking for visual cues to see if it will help me locate the anchors. It would be great if you could somehow make these more immediately visible, either by optionally making them temporarily glow, enlarge, or otherwise emit some form of visible beacon like attention-getting draw so that existing anchors are easy to spot when first entering into adjustment mode. In fact, you might consider doing this for other forms of adjustment too, such as M (gradient adjustments), etc. You finally allowed us to drag anchors around which is great. But sometimes just finding them can be unnecessarily time consuming.
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Mark Singer

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Simon Chen, Principal Computer Scientist

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Not exactly a solution. You might find it easier to use the KBSC 'h'/'H' to hide and show the Edit Pins.