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Thu, May 25, 2017 9:18 AM

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Lightroom CC 2015.10.1: Develop module: Target Adjustment Tools not working

Bonjour à tous, suite à la mise à jour de LR CC 2017.10.1 je m’aperçois d'un petit soucis qui pourrait s'avérer fort gênant :
- Développement, mode normal, Courbe de tonalité, activation de cette option, on active la correction "sur l'image" par déplacement du curseur, tout est OK.
- Développement, Epreuvage, création d'une copie virtuelle, Courbe de tonalité, activation de cette option, on active la correction "sur l'image" par déplacement du curseur, le curseur n'est plus fonctionnel ?
Remarquez, la barre sous l'image n'apparaît plus non plus quand on active cette fonction.
Si on passe à nouveau en mode "Normal" sans épreuvage ou vers une autre photo, le comportement normal de cette fonction ne revient pas :( Il faut relancer LR.

J'ai rechargé la version 2017.10, ce bug n'existe pas :(

Donc Adobe à ajouté un bug en plus des corrections......

macOS 10.12.5.

Hello everyone, following the update of LR CC 2017. 10. 1 I realize a little worry that could prove very troublesome:
- Development, normal mode, Tone curve, activating this option, the correction on the photo is activated by moving the cursor, this is OK.
- Development, SoftProofing mode, creation of a virtual copy, Tone curve, activation of this option, the correction on the photo is activated by moving the cursor, the cursor is no longer functional?
Notice, the bar below the image no longer appears when you activate this function.
If you switch back to 'Normal' mode without proofing or to another photo, the normal behavior of this function does not return :( LR must be restarted.

I reloaded version 2017. 10, this bug does not exist :(

So Adobe added a bug in addition to the fixes. . . . . .

MacOS 10. 12. 5.

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336 Points

3 years ago

Thanks Paul!

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3 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Tone Curve point drag tool stops working.

After booting Lightroom, I can click the little point-dragger tool in the upper corner of the Tone Curve section, and drag in the image to adjust the curve.

But if I put the tool back, or switch to another task, when I try to use the tool again, on the same image or a different one, I click the tool, but the cursor remains a Hand or Magnifying Glass, and just moves or zooms the photo! I tried switching the point-curve mode thing in the lower right corner, but that doesn't fix it. Shutting down Lightroom and rebooting fixes it - but for one use only, then the tool is unavailable again.

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70 Points

3 years ago

The Gradient Tool is also malfunctioning, as the dividing lines do not show up. There is a gradient but without the lines it is hard to adjust.
The TAT for HSL on my version is not working. 

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Stanley, press the H key. You've probably hidden the grad lines.

Victoria Bampton a.k.a. The Lightroom Queen

www.lightroomqueen.com

Author of Adobe Lightroom Classic - The Missing FAQ and Adobe Lightroom - Edit Like a Pro books.

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Thank you!

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384 Points

3 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Loupe / Image zoom bug.

When I choose the 'detail zoom area' in the sharpening module or try to adjust the HSL with the slider by clicking into the image, Lightroom automatically changes the cursor to the loupe and I can't choose the magnified section, resp. adjust HSL...

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3 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Cursor locks to wrong tool in develop module.

ln develop module the cursor type will lock to wrong type - often the zoom tool - when using options such as the details pointer (to adjust sharpening), or the slider tool in HSL tab. It means these options are unworkable/unusable. I have relaunched lightroom, deleted and reinstalled it all, and tried using a backup catalog. The error repeats after about 3 to 5 edits. If I click into another application it may reset for a couple of edits, but then locks again. I was running the latest version of Lightroom from Creative Cloud as of 14/July/17/ I have reverted to installing lightroom CC2015 which does not appear to suffer the same bug - so far. I am running lightroom on an Apple iMac (2015 model) MacOS Sierra with 32 GB RAM. I have tried switching the mouse and keyboard as well.

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3 years ago

I think the just-released CC 2015.12 / 6.12 fixes this problem: http://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjournal/2017/07/lightroom-cc-2015-12-now-available.html