What I want to do is edit the HSL of a specific color in an image, not just for the selectable colors in the color mixer.
Looking at the forums I found this thread: Re: HSL color adjustment eyedropper gone? and get the impression there is a bug. But this is an old post now, and I reckon it ought to be fixed? I have googled this quite a lot and not found a solution.
I am posting an image of what my tools look like.
Using Windows 10 and just upgraded Lightroom CC from the cloud, a trial version right now. Any help appreciated.
I can access it on my iPad but not on either of my desktop/laptop installations.
Most of the bug reports I've seen relate to LR CC Classic rather than this version, but maybe it's related.
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Lightroom CC does not yet have a Target Adjustment tool yet.
Lightroom Classic CC and the mobile apps do have this tool.
Rick, what's this? Screen shot from my iPad:
As I said above - it is in the mobile apps but not yet the desktop version of Lightroom CC. It is on our list.
Just wondering if this is still being worked on? It is a tool that is dearly missed
The target adjustment tool for HSL came in several versions ago.
Oh, sorry, I misread.