Using Preview (P) deselects active pin

A small thing, but when I am working in Bridge or Photoshop (CC 2018), using ACR to make some adjustments, and I hit P to preview changes (before/after), when I am back to the current added adjustment, I have to reselect the pin I was using. Before, it stayed selected, so I could continue with my adjustment- usually a dodge or burn- so I have to remember to click pin again, or else I get a new pin &and a second adjustment. And a third. And so on.

Would be great if that pin stayed selected as it did in previous versions of ACR. Or am I missing something here...?

Thanks.

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Using Preview (P) deselects active pin

A small thing, but when I am working in Bridge or Photoshop (CC 2018), using ACR to make some adjustments, and I hit P to preview changes (before/after), when I am back to the current added adjustment, I have to reselect the pin I was using. Before, it stayed selected, so I could continue with my adjustment- usually a dodge or burn- so I have to remember to click pin again, or else I get a new pin &and a second adjustment. And a third. And so on.

Would be great if that pin stayed selected as it did in previous versions of ACR. Or am I missing something here...?

Thanks.

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Re: Using Preview (P) deselects active pin

Moving to Photoshop

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Re: Using Preview (P) deselects active pin

Adobe Community Professional, Apr 17, 2018

And re-moved to the ACR forum...

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