Black and White clipping point display

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    Brian Gibson

    As you can see from this thread, this feature has been under discussion for over a year now, along with achieving parity in other areas between the Windows and Mac operating sytems.
    At one time Skylum/Macphun or whatever you want to call them, produced a list of features that were available in the Mac version and were supposedly "Coming soon" in Windows.
    This list has long since disappeared and, despite Skylums assurances, us Windows users have given up on the idea of the two platforms ever performing equally.
    I agree it is a feature that works well in Lightroom, and in the Mac version of Luminar, but it appears that us windows users will have to carry on dreaming about it.

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    Michael Mansfield

    Hi Brian, I have to commend you on your staying power with this important issue.

    Yes, this is about the disparity between Windows and Mac versions of Luminar, but it is also about disparity between two diffrerent softwares from the same company, since "ALT" works in Flex for setting the Black and White points in Windows 10, just the way it shows in Anthony Morganti's (Mac) video.

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    Martial Fournier
     
    Angela Andrieux
     

    Salut Guy et Brian -

    Nous travaillons à la parité complète entre les versions Mac et Windows. Dans un proche avenir, nous lancerons une campagne pour tenir les utilisateurs informés des progrès réalisés dans le développement de produits.

     

    Ou est la parité complète...ou sont les informations?  Mensonges?

    Martial

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    Brian Gibson

    The information comes from the Luminar website, which, at one time, had a list of features which were in the Mac edition and were "Coming Soon" in the Windows version.

    This page has now been removed from the website, since it was presumably an embarassment to Skylum/Macphun.

    In the mean time users are left with two different versions of the software, depending on which OS they use.
    Is this situation likely to be any different with the release of Luminar 4?

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