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This is a known bug introduced in 2015.10.1 acknowledged by Adobe: Lightroom CC 2015.10.1: Develop module: Target Adjustment Tools not working | Photoshop Family Customer Community . Please add your me-too vote and details of your configuration to that bug report to make it more likely Adobe will prioritize a fix and to notify you when the bug status changes.
The only workaround so far is to roll back to 2015.10: Lightroom roll back to prior update version
Hi, John -
Thank you very much for your time and reply, and sorry I didn't find that it was already a known issue.
I tried to do what you said, and "Me too", but every time I clicked on it, it would tell me to login, even after I was logged in, just keeps bringing up the login box prompting me to do so over and over... but, did find on the page, a gentleman who said to temp correct it, was to open LR whilst holding the Alt/Option + Shift keys, and reset one's preferences, which I did and now works (for now)... to the loss of all my settings, which is frustrating too, but I hadn't customized things too much (that I have noticed so far at least), so not too big of a hassle.
Thank you again for your help, and wishing you all the best and happy shooting.
UPDATE: Okay, scratch that, moving on to my next photo to use the target adjust tool in the HSL, it now again does not work, and stays on the magnifying tool. Frustrating... added that I cannot "Me too"
Right. Others report in that topic that resetting preferences only provides temporary relief. Rolling back to a prior version is the only known permanent workaround.
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I am having the same problem. What I do is select "All', then select "Saturation" and then back to "All'. it will work once you do this.
Well done! This was driving me crazy. Hope they squash this little bug but this seems to be a work around.