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Reset correction settings if they exist

Dec 01, 2019

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How to determine from the script that the photo was subjected to at least minimal processing? LR himself knows about this and displays the Thumbnail Badge - Adjusted...

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And if the photo was processed, how to reset the correction settings? (Similar to the item in the pop-up menu by right-clicking on the thumbnail)2019-12-01 214742.png

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Reset correction settings if they exist

Dec 01, 2019

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How to determine from the script that the photo was subjected to at least minimal processing? LR himself knows about this and displays the Thumbnail Badge - Adjusted...

2019-12-01 214615.png

And if the photo was processed, how to reset the correction settings? (Similar to the item in the pop-up menu by right-clicking on the thumbnail)2019-12-01 214742.png

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Dec 01, 2019

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There are a couple of ways to reset the image to it's original state. In the develop module the bottom right button of the right column will reset the image and remove all edits. If you want to reset some of the edits you can  double click on the center of any of the sliders and  the values will be reset.

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Dec 02, 2019

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Thanks! Yes, I use these methods. But I'm interested in resetting via script. I tried to use the photo:applyDevelopPreset(preset, _PLUGIN). But I can not find values in the preset that would be universal for all photos

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