Adjustment Brush settings-how to set them to default?

fabthi

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Hi all
Everytime I use the Adjustment Brush or the Graduated Filter, I find already set the same values for the last correction I have previously used :surprised:.
I find it very annoying, since I have to check and make sure I am not putting on unwanted corrections between those available. Yet it does happen I mistakenly use some of them without noticing.
Is there a way to have by default those settings always on "0" value"???
Thanks to all

Fabio
 

Jim Wilde

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Double-click on the word "Effect" at the top of the Brush or Grad Filter panels, and that resets all sliders back to zero.
 

I-See-Light

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To add to Jim's perfect answer-
I seem to get the impression that this happens-

I find that if I start with sliders reset at zero- Paint with brush on the Image FIRST, then set the sliders as desired- then exit the brush- Next use of the brush still starts at 'zero'
If I - Set the brush sliders FIRST (or choose a preset), then paint on the image- then exit the brush- Next use of the brush holds the settings of the new 'custom' slider positions.

I would be keen to know if others find similar results.
 
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