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Develop module Invert Button

Twinheartsphotos

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How do I permanently make the invert button stay on so the changes will be inside the mask? Not outside the mask.
 

Zenon

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Good question. I thought at one time once selected it stayed selected.
 

Zenon

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Thanks. Nothing better than the easy button.
 

Zenon

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This makes sense. I noticed that if you make a whole bunch of brush adjustments and don't press done they stay in those positions when you open other files.
 
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