Remember this tip Matt posted back in 2007? No? Great — then if it’s new to you, it’s new! 🙂
If you’re working with the Tone Curve and you want to reset the curve, or the sliders below the curve, forget about trying to drag them to their original places on the curve. Instead, just right-click on the Tone Curve and you’ll see a little pop-up menu asking if you want to reset the Curve, the splits, All, or simply flatten the curve.
Still works in 2016. 🙂
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Oh, bless you! I’ve been looking for how to reset the curve a LOT lately.
As yo probably know you can double click the dots to delete then. Also you can double click the label “Point Curve” to reset the adjustments.