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HSL Glitch?

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Lightroom Version
9.3
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Windows 10
I have just noticed that whenever I click on the targetted adjustmnt tool (TAT) for hue, saturation or luminance, I get a "Convert to Black & White No" entry in my History. I don't get it if I just move a slider.

I don't remember seeing this behaviour before the latest 9.3 update. I have deleted my preference file (the Shift+Alt+Open dialogue box didn't give me this option, only a choice of catalog files) and it's still doing it. Is this the new normal?

Thanks in advance,
Steve
 
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It's a bug, I've reported it.
 
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