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Filters Do Not Display Setting Changes

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Aloha,

Whenever I use a filter, (graduated, radial) the subject area remains in red highlight until I leave the filter. I can make changes and all the changes apply, but I cannot see the changes till I switch out from the filter. Is this a setting or a bug? This just started happening tonight. Filters were working fine earlier and I dont have the problem with Lightroom Classic. 

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Press the 'O' key to turn off Overlay.

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Filters Do Not Display Setting Changes

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Aloha,

Whenever I use a filter, (graduated, radial) the subject area remains in red highlight until I leave the filter. I can make changes and all the changes apply, but I cannot see the changes till I switch out from the filter. Is this a setting or a bug? This just started happening tonight. Filters were working fine earlier and I dont have the problem with Lightroom Classic. 

Mahalo!

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Correct answer by JohanElzenga | Adobe Community Professional

Press the 'O' key to turn off Overlay.

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>>>  I dont have the problem with Lightroom Classic. 

 

Which Adobe app are you having the problem with?

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I am moving your post to the Lightroom, Cloud Centric, forum.

 

But what you are seeing is you have the Overlay turned on which overlays a color where you have brushed so you can see where you have and have not brushed better.

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Press the 'O' key to turn off Overlay.

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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Thanks! I don't know if that was it ... probably - as it went away just as mysteriously as it appeared. I think I must have clicked the 'O' and didn't realize it was a locked condition. Regardless, thank you very much!

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