In PhotoLab 6 for Mac, when using LOCAL ADJUSTMENTS I have access to three sets of controls, LIGHT, COLOR, and DETAIL. On a screenshot from a friend of mine, I just see one control, containing all the settings for everything, at once.
Question #1 - How to combine all the settings as my friend has done?
Question #2 - How can I return it to what I assume is “normal” with separate settings.
My apologies to all. I really must learn to read one day
Interesting. Not relevant to this particular topic but, one of the first things I did when I started using PhotoLab was to find out that I could customise the palettes. Instead of continually scrabbling around trying to find where such-and-so tool was, I then knew where I had placed them and it made life a lot easier (for me).
To be a bit more precise, hold the Cmd key to add a group or press the Option key to remove one.
@mikemyers if you ever see advice to use the Ctrl key, check whether the author is a Windows user and, if so, translate it into Cmd.
I was not able to find this out with a lot of searching, but the trick noted above worked fine, and seems to be “permanent”.
I never thought I needed to do this, but now it sounds like a great idea. Among other things, I want the REPAIR tool in my basic palette. Not now, but sometime soon, I will make some notes, and create a new WORKSPACE, just like I’m now using - gee, I now have 17 workspaces, most of which I never use and forgot I even had. I’ll get to this soon.
I assume I can re-order the tools, placing the ones I use the most up at the top.
Yes, I will consider doing this at the same time.
Thanks - I didn’t expect to find this answer easily, and was rather surprised that I couldn’t find it by searching. This “trick”, along with the “E” to hide the palette, will make life easier for me.