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Locate Adjustment Brush Pins

Participant ,
Aug 30, 2020

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I want to change an existing Adjustment Brush edit.

 

Problem: The grey colour of the pin is very close in tone to the background of the area that was adjusted. It took me about 20 minutes to find the pin. There are other images with the same issue. Toggling H is of no use because the pins aren't easily seen.

 

Is there a way to easily/quickly find pins. Is it possible to change the colour of pins to enable finding them more easily?

 

Thanks.

 

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Locate Adjustment Brush Pins

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I want to change an existing Adjustment Brush edit.

 

Problem: The grey colour of the pin is very close in tone to the background of the area that was adjusted. It took me about 20 minutes to find the pin. There are other images with the same issue. Toggling H is of no use because the pins aren't easily seen.

 

Is there a way to easily/quickly find pins. Is it possible to change the colour of pins to enable finding them more easily?

 

Thanks.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 30, 2020

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I wish there was. We've been asking for ways to name pins, or some form of pin management for a long time. Here's one example: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/ending_hide_and_seek_for_adjustment_brushes_i...

Sean McCormack http://seanmccormack.com

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Participant ,
Aug 30, 2020

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Thanks. That's what I figured. Will have to re-edit the entire series and do my adjustments in Ps with layers instead.

 

Thanks for continuing to make my life harder, Adobe. 

 

Just by way of example, this is the kind of thing I'm talking about. EDIT: And of course the picture didn't attach. Can Adobe do nothing right? Then again, their software doesn't work very well, so why should their user forum.

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Aug 30, 2020

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A klutzy, inconvenient workaround is to change overall Exposure to +5 or -5, find the pin(s), then do Undo.

 

[Use the blue reply button under the first post to ensure replies sort properly.]

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Thanks. Yes, klutzy and inconvenient is exactly right. It may work though.

 

WRT the order of replies, I was replying to Sean. My reply is directly below his, where it should be. Just as I'm replying to you here and it shows up directly below yours, where it should be. There is nothing wrong with a thread having nested responses. 

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