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Radial Filter disappears in latest release 9.3

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Jun 18, 2020

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There seems to be a problem with the latest release. Once a radial filter has been applied it is no longer editable and disappears. The adjustment remains on the image. Any global WB adjustments after seem to have disproportionate effect on the radial filter. ‬This needs fixing quickly. Here is an image with a radial filter over the chair and as you can see the editable point is no longer there when I try to edit it....

When you re-select the radial tool again, check your toolbar settings – see image.

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Radial Filter disappears in latest release 9.3

Explorer ,
Jun 18, 2020

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There seems to be a problem with the latest release. Once a radial filter has been applied it is no longer editable and disappears. The adjustment remains on the image. Any global WB adjustments after seem to have disproportionate effect on the radial filter. ‬This needs fixing quickly. Here is an image with a radial filter over the chair and as you can see the editable point is no longer there when I try to edit it....

When you re-select the radial tool again, check your toolbar settings – see image.

PinAlways.jpg

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When you re-select the radial tool again, check your toolbar settings – see image.

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Thanks - that explains it - not sure why that setting changed with the update but there is still the problem of any WB adjustment after setting a radial setting seems to disproportionately affect the area. Would you mind doing this and seeing if you have the same issue. Set a radial filter on an image without adjustments and then go to the global white balance tool and adjust one of the sliders and see what happens?

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Apologies... I seem to have sorted it out - a preseet in the radial brush was on and that was influencing things... weird that it was on - must have happened with the update somehow? Anyway, thanks for the help!

 

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The 'H' key can be used to toggle visibility of the Radial Filter pin on/off. Likewise, the Graduate Filter and Adjustments Brush

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