In CS3, CS4 and CS5 I was able to:
(a) add a point (corresponding to the position of the Eyedropper Tool on the image) to the RGB composite curve by Control + Clicking; and
(b) add a point (whilst focused on the RGB composite curve) to each of the Red, Green and Blue channel curves by Control + Shift + Clicking.
Neither approach seems to work in my CS6 (PsCs6 x64 latest update, on Win 7x64).
Is some kind soul able to tell me the correct key combination to achieve the desired result, or is there truly a problem with CS6 ?
Message was edited by: Andrew_Hart
It should be documented here:
The gist of the above is the on image adjustment tool (targeted adjustment tool) needs to be enabled
(the hand symbol with arrows in the properties panel)
then you just click on the image (no modifier key) to add a point to the composite curve and Ctrl+Shift to add points to the red, green and blue channels.
Thank you very much. You are absolutely correct.