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Red Cyan slider in the Adobe Camera Raw window please

Engaged ,
May 10, 2024 May 10, 2024

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Yes, I know you can achieve what is needed to be achieved with only a blue/yellow and green/magenta slider and I also know there's a tradition of having only these two adjustments. I reality though, having a red/cyan slider would speed up my workflow for when I simply need a quick adjustment to my red/cyan values. At least, add a shortcut key that when pressed, makes the two existing sliders move together. Niggling the two sliders into position to get a simple red/cyan shift is a headache. 

Thank you!

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Community Expert ,
May 10, 2024 May 10, 2024

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I think we can safely predict that there will be no third slider. It's redundant. And what about the fourth?

 

Locking the sliders together wouldn't necessarily be what you want either. Depending on circumstances, like where the white balance already is, you might not get the red and cyan you want.

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Engaged ,
May 10, 2024 May 10, 2024

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I do agree with you that it will be unlikely that this slider will ever be added but just because you can do the same thing with the other two sliders, doesn't make it redundant becasue it would improve workflow especially when dealing with huge volumes of pictures. There are days I need to get through hundreds of images and in that situation, even the smallest time savings helps.

What's the forth slider?

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Community Expert ,
May 10, 2024 May 10, 2024

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The two primary axes yellow-blue and magenta-green (actually more aqua) cover the full spectrum.

 

Red-cyan is one secondary axis. The other is lime green-purple. You'd get that by pushing the two existing sliders in opposite directions.

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LEGEND ,
May 10, 2024 May 10, 2024

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This makes no sense, as Blue/Yellow and Green/Magenta use different scales.

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May 10, 2024 May 10, 2024

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Yeah, that too.

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