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Make your desired adjustments then ENTER. Draw another gradient and click ENTER. You can do that as many times as you wish making differing adjustment to each..
Thank you Neox99, hitting enter after the adjustments allows me to make a new gradient. The problem still remains when I open up the tool none of the sliders are set to zero so I have to reset each one.
Is there a way to have them all set to zero when I open up the tool?
Since my brush sliders are all preset as I last used them when I enter the Brush module I have to say NO. Seems the very early version (1.1) of Lr cc has a few tweaks that need addressing.
If you are using LRCC, right-click anywhere in the sliders panel and you should see the option to "Reset All Sliders".
If you are using LR Classic, double-click on the word "Effect" at the top of the Adjustment panel, that will reset all the sliders.