Clicking on an adjustment layer SHOULD NOT select the mask, making it faster to delete the adj layer

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Aug 24, 2022 Aug 24, 2022

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PROBLEM: Right now, if I make an adjustment layer in Photoshop, and I want to delete it (say I made a hue/sat adj layer and decide I want color balance instead), I select the layer and the mask becomes selected -- causing me to have to hit delete TWICE to get rid of the layer. This becomes frustrating and time consuming as you're trying to move through the edit process. Example of undesirable behavior: https://youtu.be/kKV_hqua2ss

 

SOLUTION: Clicking on the adjustment layer DOES NOT select the mask, allowing you to delete the whole layer with one press of the delete button. If you want to do anything with the mask, you click on it (right, double, whatever).

 

 

 

 

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