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How do I get read of before (or after) process version i Develop module?

May 8, 2012 10:49 AM

Hi.
Going through my photos in the develop mode, I am given the opportunity to upgrade to process version 2012. As I want to decide pictures individually before updating, I check the box Review Changes Before/After before I click Update. Sometimes I want to keep the old profile, sometimes I prefer the 2012 version. Either way, I use the bottom left arrows to copy the changes one way or the other. But whenever I get back to that photo i Develop mode, it will keep appearing side by side. I thought it would be possible to keep only my updated changes, and make it the only one to appear in my Develop window?

 

Ole K

 
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    May 8, 2012 12:42 PM   in reply to okvaal

    "Y" shortcut.

     
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    May 8, 2012 2:03 PM   in reply to okvaal

    Hi Ole,

    "Y" will toggle the before-after view left/right.

    <Alt>Y will toggle the before-after view top/bottom, which I find more convenient for landscape-oriented images. (<Opt>Y on a MAC)

     

    This works in any develop context, not just in process version conversion.

     

    Cornelia

     
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    May 8, 2012 2:36 PM   in reply to okvaal

    Hi Ole,

    No, LR just keeps a history. So it always knows which one is the current.

    You can look for yourself in camera calibration panel in develop module - or by the presence or absence of the exclamation mark in the lower right corner of develop's main window.

     

    You can go back to any history state, also for other changes in settings, like e.g. White balance.

    One of the many beauties of LR!

     

    Cornelia

     
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