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white area in Develop and Grid modules, to compare white in images with

bskyum

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Oh - it would also be good to have a white area in Develop and Grid modules, to compare white in images with. This would make it easier to detect color casts. We could click a square of white open next to the image in grid by activating it on the thumbnail.
 

Gene McCullagh

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Great suggestion! In the meantime you can change the background to white if you want a comparison sample. Just go to the Interface tab of preferences.

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