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  1. Hello, I've been poking around and comparing tools between Photoshop and Photo/Designer (mainly Photo for this post). I have noticed what I will refer to as a "performance" issue between the two tools. When using the Hue/Sat tool in Photoshop you can adjust the Hue, Saturation, and Lightness for the independent color channels of Red, Yellow, Green, Cyan, Blue, Magenta, and Master. The issue I find is that in Photoshop when I adjust let's say, the Red channel, and I use the Lightness slider and bump the setting to max Lightness (200%), in Photoshop it results in the Reds of the image being turned white (completely). Whereas in Photo, the image leaves behind remnants of color. Why would this be happening? Is there something I could be overlooking?
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