I know this subject has been posted before - in fact as long ago as last April....
In the Windows version the Adjustable Gradient filter is almost useless unless you happen to want the top/bottom split to be precisely in the middle - or want it at a steep rotation. Otherwise you cannot adjust the end point of the gradient - it will be in the centre. Having a horizontal shift slider and not a vertical one is the oddest idea I have ever seen - you can do exactly what is needed so long as the gradient is rotated 90 degrees. The lower the angle, the less you can adjust the gradient end point.. Surely a Vertical Shift slider should be here? Probably in most cases more use than the horizontal one?
So upon looking it seems that this problem has been present and commented on for quite some time. The Skylum replies have always mentioned it will be fixed in the next release. Well since then Aurora has had a major release, 2019 and it is still the same!
It is a shame as some parts of the software are very nice indeed but some others are just terrible - especially it seems following up on known issues.
So when will it be fixed? Please don't say the next release as that clearly seems to be untrue.
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