Lightroom mobile: Ability to "visualize" Sharpening - same as when you hold down the ALT key in the desktop version

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Others may have already posted these ideas but I would love to see these options show up in Lightroom CC on the iPad Pro:
Adding the ability "visualize" when adjusting settings such as Sharpening. Same way the Desktop version does with when you hold down the ALT key. It would be a HUGE.
Perhaps this could accomplished with integration using the smart keyboard or other external keyboards. 
And of course the addition of the healing/clone brush...I know thats been asked for by many.
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The sharpening mask is already possible - hold down two fingers on the slider as you slide it.

And healing brush was added in today's release!
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Thanks, all the time I was annoyed and just didn't know it was already possible. :D
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I can do 2 vingers on the masking slider, but the mask won’t appear. Frustrating user interface...