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Trust me, you wouldn't be too happy to have to wait for an infinite succession of 100% real-time high quality images while adjusting the slider. :) What you see is entirely normal, expected behavior.
Thanks - saves me from loading CS3 on other machines.
I am surprised - in order to see the actual effect of the exposure change must release the slider, then repeat. Often I Ctrl-Z and Ctrl-Z again and again to see how the new setting effected my original starting point. Is there a better way?
For clarity, let me point out that this issue also effects the live clipping indicator preview. The effect of making an exposure move is not accurately reflected until I release the slider - for example, when moving the slider to the right, the blue/shadow clipping indicator will actually increase a bit until I release the slider - at which time the preview changes to show the expected result - a reduction of the blue clipping area.
I read through Jeff Schewe's Real World CR CS3, and Real World CS3, couldn't find a reference to my issue. I now assume that's because of what you said - and the writer's don't consider it an issue.
There's nothing to add to what I said in post #1, from my perspective.