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Question Graduated filter tool - ACR

Please can anyone tell me how to undo an adjustment made with the CS4 ACR graduated filter tool.

I can use the tool and edit the graduation but the only way I can undo it is to press the ESC key, which closes the RAW image and so I lose any other adjustments I've made.

I can't find anything in lynda.com (just a tutorial about using the tool and editing the gradients). I can't find anything about undoing it, can't find a keyboard shortcuts other than ESC (which is too drastic if i want to keep the other alterations and edits).

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Re: Graduated filter tool - ACR

CONTROL AND "Z"?

Just guessing. It works on other things.
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Re: Graduated filter tool - ACR

Just hit the Delete key Pol.

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Thanks for the suggestions Audrey and Roger. I finally found the solution just a few minutes ago.

There's a 'clear all' button option in the bottom right corner of the ACR interface ... ie a 'clear all' option which is specific to that graduated filter panel.


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Ctrl +Z was just taking me back one step.

I don't think I'd tried a simple tap on the delete key, which does indeed work as required, thanks. I hadn't noticed that 'clear all' option either.

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