Hi Svetlana. Thanks for the “E” shortcut - I hadn’t yet found that.
There is a minor bug with the help panel though…
As of version 2.2.3 build 36 (macOS) …
The “H” shortcut doesn’t seem to be working ; it now neither shows nor hides the panel. I have to click on the “?” in the middle of the tool to show the panel or the “x” on the panel to hide it. I think it worked the first time I pressed the “H” key but then, as a seasoned Mac developer, I did something possibly unexpected.
I have two local adjustments on the same image : one is a gradient, the other is a brush. I was already on the gradient tool but then I clicked on the brush tool ; the help panel changed context but, when I clicked back on the gradient tool, it didn’t change back and, since then, “H” doesn’t seem to work. (although this could be a poisson rouge)
Also, neither the help panel, nor the mask for the tool, appear to be context sensitive. If I click on the gradient tool for the first time, the gradient mask is shown but, when I click on the brush tool, the tool mask still remains that for the gradient. This seems to be consistent with the tool mask shown when you enter Réglages locaux defaulting to the last tool chosen before previously closing the Réglages locaux.
Although it might seem helpful to re-choose the last tool used when going into an image for the first time, it is quite a nuisance when you have to reselect the appropriate mask tool every time you select a different local adjustment tool.
To clarify : I go into an image, go into Réglages locaux, select the mask tool I want (gradient) and create a mask. Then I create a brush mask elsewhere in the image. Now I click back on the gradient mask and find that the mask tool is still the brush mask - until I right-click and reselect the gradient mask tool.
This re-selection should not be necessary. Clicking on a gradient mask adjustment should change the current mask tool to the the gradient mask tool, not leave it as the brush mask tool.
If you need any more info on this matter, let me know.