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How to Auto Whites, Blacks (and other sliders in the Light Panel?

Joined
May 16, 2011
Messages
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Lightroom Version
7.0.1
Operating System
  1. iOS
In LR desktop (Windows) I can press Shift and the word 'Blacks' and/or 'Whites' and so on and I have the option to Auto the setting. I can also press Shift and double click in Classic.
I've done this to the Whites and Blacks sliders since reading Scott Kelby's 7 Point System for Lightroom and it works well for me.
How do I do it in LR for iPad please? I've looked everywhere and not found a way, except pressing global 'Auto' for all 6 sliders and then zeroing Exposure, Contrast, Highlights and Shadows.
Is there another way or can I set a preset? I'm new to LR for iPad (as of yesterday!) so feeling my way around and haven't worked out Presets at all yet. When I do work it out I want to set an import preset for sharpening for my particular camera as well.
Thanks for any advice.
 
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Ah well spotted, there's no auto for single sliders on iPad. You can set a preset for all new photos, that's in preferences
 
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