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Jun 26, 2019

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Is there a way to move tint and temperature in equal amounts without having to adjust them separately in equal amounts effectively creating a red / cyan slider? Any key I can hold down on my keyboard that will make these two sliders move together?

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I don't believe there is. And actually with color correcting, at least in the past with analog color correcting, the red/cyan corrections were never touched. it was all done with yellow/blue and magenta/green plus density. I still tend to correct this way.

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Link temperature and tint in ACR

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Is there a way to move tint and temperature in equal amounts without having to adjust them separately in equal amounts effectively creating a red / cyan slider? Any key I can hold down on my keyboard that will make these two sliders move together?

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I don't believe there is. And actually with color correcting, at least in the past with analog color correcting, the red/cyan corrections were never touched. it was all done with yellow/blue and magenta/green plus density. I still tend to correct this way.

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I don't believe there is. And actually with color correcting, at least in the past with analog color correcting, the red/cyan corrections were never touched. it was all done with yellow/blue and magenta/green plus density. I still tend to correct this way.

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Jun 27, 2019

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Thanks for the response Chuck...I do understand that all can be achieved with only these two sliders but there is often enough I just want to remove or add red with a single adjustment instead of two adjustments...would be nice if Adobe added a key that could be held down to do that.

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This could be a good idea. But to make logical sense, you'd also need a modifier key to move them in opposite directions. Although at first glance it seems yellow-green <-> violet is a practically less useful adjustment. But who knows what people need.

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