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What happened to the linear point curve in LRC??

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Sep 08, 2020

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In the midst of creating a develop preset today I hit a new roadblock: the curve panel is no longer a fully adjustable linear point curve. Somebody put training wheels on it. You can no longer grab the corner point of a curve and push it up or down!  It is now locked in place and only allows modest adjustment. This is a travesty!

 

There seems to be no button, menu or command to change the curve back into a fully adjustable linear point curve, the kind that skilled professionals need to use every day.

 

Today I was trying to create a develop preset to reverse a negative image into a positive. Before it was a piece of cake with the linear point curve. Now it appears to be impossible!

 

What gives? Somebody please point out what I am missing. Thanks in advance.

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Not so. You hit, click on, the White Circle near the top.

 

 

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What happened to the linear point curve in LRC??

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In the midst of creating a develop preset today I hit a new roadblock: the curve panel is no longer a fully adjustable linear point curve. Somebody put training wheels on it. You can no longer grab the corner point of a curve and push it up or down!  It is now locked in place and only allows modest adjustment. This is a travesty!

 

There seems to be no button, menu or command to change the curve back into a fully adjustable linear point curve, the kind that skilled professionals need to use every day.

 

Today I was trying to create a develop preset to reverse a negative image into a positive. Before it was a piece of cake with the linear point curve. Now it appears to be impossible!

 

What gives? Somebody please point out what I am missing. Thanks in advance.

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Correct answer by Just Shoot Me | Adobe Community Professional

Not so. You hit, click on, the White Circle near the top.

 

 

2020-09-08 20_14_01-LR Classic V9 Catalog - Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic - Develop.png2020-09-08 20_14_32-LR Classic V9 Catalog - Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic - Develop.png

 

 

 

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In the last two versions of Lightroom Classic, the icons have moved to the top of the tone curve dialog box. As I am not at my computer, I can't be more specific, but if you click on each of the icons at the top, you will find what you are looking for.

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Not so. You hit, click on, the White Circle near the top.

 

 

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YES! The adjustments are still there!!! 

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Thank you so much!

I thought I had tried clicking everything in that panel. That one is easy to miss.

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