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  1. Hi, I love the software, but miss some crutches I often use in other software. I would like to request that I can show/hide highlight clipping alerts in the photo persona. If I push e.g. a levels adjustment too far, I can see where in the image I am clipping, and decide whether I want to back off. Thanks. Wouter
  2. When I bring a .dng file into AP it immediately displays the blown highlights in black. I cannot seem to get rid of these black marks in the highlight areas and they carry over when the .dng is developed and saved. I have my develop persona set for "take no action" for tone curve and exposure bias, but it doesn't seem to correct the problem when these settings are changed.
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