Photoshop: Make adjustment slider control handles larger

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My suggestion is very simple. If you go to feedback.photoshop.com you'll see all links have the usual size but one; "I am a customer" is big! That's my problem with photoshop. I want to change a value let's say of saturation. I have to pinpoint with my mouse the triangle below. But my mind is on the picture why do I have to spend
time and loose concentration when that triangle could be bigger? Also, the default to zero should be more easy. I know all applications work like this but it doesn't make sense. Thank you, forgive my English.
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Once you have clicked on the triangle you are free to look away and watch the effect of moving the mouse back and forth, just don't release the mouse button. If you are looking for more precise control, just type in the value you are looking for. If you have clicked inside the box to type a value, you can use the up and down arrow keys to increase/decrease the value by one (hold down Shift to increase by 10). Also, instead of the little control triangle, you can click and drag on the name of the effect, for example, click and drag on Saturation to change to value.

There are a number of options available, you are not stuck with trying to click a tiny triangle.