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Graduated Filter outer lines and pin disappeared and not showing

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Jun 23, 2020

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It's so great to have the graduated filter to drag and make adjustment to tone in an image, but, now, the lines and the pin have disappeared, do not show at all, I can still see the graduated area when I click and drag and also see the mask and turn that on and off, but that is all. How can I get the graduated filter lines and pin to show again?

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Correct answer by Jim Wilde | Adobe Community Professional

You probably have "Show Edit Pins" on the toolbar set to "Never". Press "H" to show the tool overlay (the guide lines and the pin), as that toggles that setting between "Never" and "Always".

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Graduated Filter outer lines and pin disappeared and not showing

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It's so great to have the graduated filter to drag and make adjustment to tone in an image, but, now, the lines and the pin have disappeared, do not show at all, I can still see the graduated area when I click and drag and also see the mask and turn that on and off, but that is all. How can I get the graduated filter lines and pin to show again?

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Correct answer by Jim Wilde | Adobe Community Professional

You probably have "Show Edit Pins" on the toolbar set to "Never". Press "H" to show the tool overlay (the guide lines and the pin), as that toggles that setting between "Never" and "Always".

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It may be hidden so press the "H" key

 

 

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You probably have "Show Edit Pins" on the toolbar set to "Never". Press "H" to show the tool overlay (the guide lines and the pin), as that toggles that setting between "Never" and "Always".

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Thank You Guys for 'Correct Answer' I have a list of key commands but was looking for a 'setting' somewhere also... Amazing how something can be 'hidden' even though it is staring you in the face... it's right there and now I know... Thank You Again... appreciate!

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