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Missing the ability to revert to the last stored image

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Find the lack of a "revert" button to reload the last stored version somewhat irritating. It is a bind having to close the image and then load it again.

Particularly, when I'm experimenting I need to scrub the changes and restart from scratch. Reverting to the last clean version is far less accident prone than the steps needed to close (without saving) and reloading.

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Most of us use a duplicate(ctrl+j) and hide the lower layer in the layers panel
This way you have the original still intact.

Or

Open image>ctrl+a > ctrl+c
Menu>New From Clipboard
This will open the same  image in a new tab where you can experiment :D


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14 minutes ago, Graham.M said:

Find the lack of a "revert" button to reload the last stored version somewhat irritating. It is a bind having to close the image and then load it again.

Particularly, when I'm experimenting I need to scrub the changes and restart from scratch. Reverting to the last clean version is far less accident prone than the steps needed to close (without saving) and reloading.

You can use the snapshot studio for this purpose.  It allows you to take a snapshot of your work at whatever stage you deem fit.   You can then revert to that state at any time.

 

From top level menu, select View-> Studio->snapshot

 

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44 minutes ago, HVDB Photography said:

Roll back history !!

 

Agreed. This does the job of Revert but is also more flexible and you now have the ability to have multiple history branches with the 'cycle future' feature. 

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