Lightroom: Regressive changes made to LR4 and suggestions

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Moving the "white" slider to the right may cause over-exposure. That couldn;t occur in LR3 which is preferred.
Crop color overlay doesn't apear as described in Photohshop User Magazine. That would be a very useful function.
LR3 "clarity" was less bold and preferred even if it had to be applied twice.
One brilliant time saving work flow feature of LR is the option to make a second copy when loading new pictures. That option should also be available whenever TIFF copies are made when saving from plug-in software.
Similarly, since "proof is a searchable field, why not automatically create a searchable field for "exported" and "printed" for our convenience?
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Lee Jay

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There was no white slider in LR3.
LR4 clarity is twice as powerful, so use half as much.
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I meant to say brightness and not white slider. Brightness never led to overexposure.

Also, the most valuable tool, the brush, is inactive in 4.1