Missing tools at bottom of image I am editing

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#1
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Windows 10
Hello all....I am a beginner so I am asking your help. I have Windows 10 Home edition on my computer. I installed the stand alone LR 6 . In the Develop Module, when the graduated filter tool is being used, I am supposed to see at the bottom of the image I am working on, two toggle switches. One is to select when edit pins can be viewed. The other tool to select wheather I want to show the 3 part gradient shading of the grad filter tool always on, vs showing the shadings when I hover over the edit pin. I think there was one more tool where I can compare before or after views of the image. Last evening while practice editing, I must have pressed abutton somewhere because I can no longer see them.....Can you help me restore them? Thank you
 

Dan Marchant

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#2
Sounds like you have hidden the tool bar. Pressing "T" toggles it on and off.
 
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#3
Oh My... You are absolutely correct...I must have inadvertently pressed the T bar. Thank you Dan.
 

dtp1024

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#4
I have the same problem, although (1) I don' t know that the tools were ever there (I'm BRAND new to LR), and (2) Pressing T doesn't seem to change anything for me. I'm working with the Lightroom CC 2.0.1

Any help would be appreciated!
 

RikkFlohr

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#5
I have the same problem, although (1) I don' t know that the tools were ever there (I'm BRAND new to LR), and (2) Pressing T doesn't seem to change anything for me. I'm working with the Lightroom CC 2.0.1

Any help would be appreciated!
[ T ] is a shortcut for Lightroom Classic CC. 2.0.1 is Lightroom CC - it is a different program.
 

dtp1024

Lightroom CC 2.0.2, BRAND new to LR
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#6
I think I've found the solution for Lightroom CC, which is to control-click in the image, then choose "show overlay" and the pins reappear.
 
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