Photoshop Revert Tool
Photoshop Revert Tool
You'd think this command is pretty easy to interpret. If you've really messed up something in your image, the best option is often simply to revert the entire file to the last saved version by selecting Revert from the File menu. In most applications, it's the same as closing the file without saving changes, then reopening it, but in Photoshop, Revert doesn't go back to the file that's saved on disk unless you actually selected Save from within Photoshop after opening the file. If you open an image in Photoshop, do a bunch of stuff, then choose Revert, what you get is the file as it first appeared in Photoshop. What's the difference?
The big difference is that anything you do using the Missing Profile or Profile Mismatch warnings doesn't get undone when you revert. For example, when you open an Untagged image, and use the Missing Profile warning to assign the Adobe RGB profile, if later you choose Revert you'll get an Adobe RGB image, not an Untagged one. What's worse is that when you make a conversion using the Profile Mismatch warning-actually changing the numbers in the file-choosing Revert will give you the image after the conversion, not the image that was saved on disk.
Worse still, when all you've done to the image is to change its profile or make a color conversion using the Profile Mismatch warning, the Revert command is dimmed and unavailable. We think this is a bug, and we hope it gets squashed, but keep an eye out for it-it's quite obscure. If you run into this situation, the only way to get back to the original image is to close it without saving, then re-open it (which is what we think Revert should do under all circumstances). If you do choose Revert, any changes you've made since the file was opened are lost, however, so proceed with caution. Note that the Revert feature is undoable.
Undo And Revert Video Tutorial
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