Lightroom mobile: What is the meaning of the having the words Hue, Saturation and Luminance in LRM 2.8?

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New interface confusion. In the Colour mix you now have 3 sliders for each colour. Hue, Saturation and Luminance. I'm well aware of what these do, but why are the 3 words underneath the slider section? I cant figure out what they do.
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I'm not sure I understand the question. The three words are above their respective slider, and they tell you what the slider does. Hue changes the 'kind' of color, Saturation changes 'how much' color you get, and Luminance changes how dark or how bright the color appears.
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Sorry but you didn't read my question properly, or you don't have the latest veriuson of. LRM. I said the words underneath, not above.. Ive said I'm well aware of what the sliders do,

Maybe i need to add I'm talking about on the iPad Pro.
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I think it must be a glitch in the interface as they are not there on the iPhone version.
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I see what you mean. That's the new Targeted Adjustment Tool. Tap on that little circle with four points surrounding it to activate the tool. Tap on the word to make it target the Hue, the Saturation or the Luminance.
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Ah cool. Thanks. I did think it had something to do with the target tool but didn't try it. I have used it in the past so should have connected the two. I can see that those words do appear on the phone once the target tool has been selected. Lots to re learn by the looks of it.,
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