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How to Hide Mask in Adjustment Brush

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I have a feeling this is operator error but I can't find an answer.

When I enable the ADJUSTMENT BRUSH (just started playing with it) and paint an area, the mask appears. I make adjustments using the slider but I can't toggle off the mask to see the adjustments.

When I paint, the mask is red. If I toggle 'Show selected Mask Overlay' off, it turns yellow. I can use shift-O to go through the colours but not mask off.

I have DEVELOP opened on one screen and a secondary screen on. The mask always show on the secondary as yellow even after clicking on DONE for the adjustment brush.

Thanks for any guidance
 
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Attached is an illustration of what I'm experiencing. I've shut down the secondary display for this test.
 

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What happens if you set your Temp slider to 0?
 
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Yep. Your image changes color under the brush, because you paint with a large Temperature correction towards yellow.
 
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because you paint with a large Temperature correction towards yellow

Thanks Johan. I have no idea of how that got set but realize it is somehow user error. When I opened the brush and saw the settings, I assume it was an inheritance of some sort. As I mentioned, I'm new to the adjustment brush. After your comment I went back to the FAQ and saw all sliders were 0 in Fig 12.4.3.

All works as advertised now.
 
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