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Help, I broke DPP4

 
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Mar 20, 2016 11:30 |  #1

Actually, I think it broke itself. The Tool Palette no longer has the scroll bar to get down to the sliders with Contrast, Saturation, Highlights, Shadows, etc. I hit that little arrow you can toggle to remove the tool palette so you have a full screen view, when I put it back in there, the scroll bar was gone. I've even gone so far as to install the update, rebooted, the usual stuff, and it just won't come back. Anyone have any ideas?


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Mar 20, 2016 13:46 |  #2

Tried to replicate your issue, no luck. Maybe a line of code got messed up. I would do a delete and reinstall. That is the bummer way of fixing things.


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Mar 20, 2016 13:53 |  #3

ericcrazyman wrote in post #17941978 (external link)
Tried to replicate your issue, no luck. Maybe a line of code got messed up. I would do a delete and reinstall. That is the bummer way of fixing things.

Probably what I will have to do, just about unusable as it is now.


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Mar 20, 2016 16:12 |  #4

I went under Tools -> Preferences -> View Settings and checked the option to restore defaults on start up and then closed and re-opened it and the scroll bar was back.


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