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Thu, Jan 11, 2018 11:04 AM

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Lightroom Classic: Can't see preview, reset or close buttons for the Adjustment Brush tool (win 10)

Win 10.
With the top and bottom preview panels open and using an adjustment brush, it isn't possible to see the preview, reset or close buttons for the tool. They are off the screen at the bottom and no scroll bar appears to make it possible to get to them.

Desktop composition enabled: Yes
Displays: 1) 2560x1080
Input types: Multitouch: No, Integrated touch: No, Integrated pen: Yes, External touch: No, External pen: Yes, Keyboard: No

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Lightroom Classic CC: Vertical scroll bar in Develop disappears when using Adjustment Brush

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Champion

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3 years ago

A couple of questions for you, Chris.

Computer Brand and Model?
Lightroom Preferences>Interface>Font Size Setting?
If you collapse the top module bar and the bottom filmstrip bar are you able to see the controls?
If you collapse the Histogram panel are you able to see the controls?

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Thanks.
If I collapse the top and bottom bars, the buttons are indeed visible. It has been confirmed as a bug in the LR Prerelease visitors program, of which I'm a member. The Adobe engineers there asked me to report it as a bug on here.

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9.6K Points

3 years ago

Collapse the top and bottom area and or temp hide the Histogram. 
Bug, I'm not sure. Mistake in programming, more than likely. With older versions of LR there weren't as many sliders, options, and whoever wrote the code and testers were using large high res monitors.

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Thanks. Is a mistake in programming not a bug?

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3 years ago

Looks like the same problem as reported here - https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/lightroom-classic-cc-vertical-scroll-bar-in-d...

I think you'll find that if you adjust the size of the filmstrip along the bottom a bit, you'll be able to get the buttons & scroll bar to show again.  It's annoying, but fairly easy to work around.