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Adobe Camera RAW 12.4

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Dec 02, 2020 Dec 02, 2020

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Adobe Camera RAW version 12.4. Advanced Picture Settings Menu (Three Dots). What does it mean "Reset to open" (First item)?

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Advocate , Dec 02, 2020 Dec 02, 2020

Reverts all settings, adjustments etc to how they were when you opened the file in ACR. In other words the state will be as it was when you last saved and closed the file.

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Moving to the Camera Raw forum from Photoshop

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Reverts all settings, adjustments etc to how they were when you opened the file in ACR. In other words the state will be as it was when you last saved and closed the file.

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Not by default, but to the last saving? Thank you!

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