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Develop defaults not resetting?

Engaged ,
Aug 16, 2021 Aug 16, 2021

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PC, Windows 10 Pro, Lightroom Classic 10.3

I have an import preset that sets exposure values (Auto) at import.  I'm not sure that's relevant but...

This morning I wanted to clear the values set in the Saturation section of the HSL panel.  Double-clicked on "Saturation" and nothing happened.  I then double-clicked on individual colors and nothing happened.

 

I went out and looked for this and found an entry from 2017 that said I may have CHANGED Lightroom's defaults.  I don't know how I would have done this or when, but ok.  The FIX was

You may have accidentally changed the default settings for that camera. Select a problem file, go into Develop, and do the menu command Develop > Set Default Settings > Restore Adobe Default Settings.

 

I do not HAVE a setting in the Develop menu for Set Default Settings.

 

How do I get the HSL panel back to zeroing all the values in a section when I double-click the title of the section?  Or, at WORST, to be able to double-click a color and have it go back to zero?

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Engaged , Aug 16, 2021 Aug 16, 2021
It looks like sometime after I created the camera specific preset, I updated it - most likely to update the noise reduction for different ISOs.  And, it looks like I updated the preset to change the HSL values from zero.  Edited the xml file and git it all fixed...

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Aug 16, 2021 Aug 16, 2021

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The Lightroom Classic default settings have been changed. You need to go to Edit> Preferences> Presets and use the Raw Default settings as outlined at the below link. I use a Develop Preset for each camera model with just the settings I want customize, but you can use the Adobe Default selection. This will set everything back to the original 0 settings for all future imports. For exisiting files double-click on settings should now work as it did previously.

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/gr_en/lightroom-classic/help/raw-defaults.html

 

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It looks like sometime after I created the camera specific preset, I updated it - most likely to update the noise reduction for different ISOs.  And, it looks like I updated the preset to change the HSL values from zero.  Edited the xml file and git it all fixed...

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