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Hiding Nik Control Point Sliders

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Old 03-27-2013, 10:14 AM
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Hiding Nik Control Point Sliders

Can anybody tell me whether it's possible to hide the Control Point sliders in Nik Viveza Pro 2, while still adjusting the settings from the Palette sliders?

It's a bit difficult to concentrate on fine-tuning the values at a particular point in an image with all those sliders superimposed on top of it. I've tried to get information, but I can't even find a user manual anywhere (other than a Quick Start Guide)
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Re: Hiding Nik Control Point Sliders

Activate the select tool (see attachment image) and then click somewhere outside the control point. It will minimize to a single small point.
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