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Wed, Apr 25, 2018 5:00 PM

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Lightroom Classic: Develop panels missing

So after doing this latest update (7.3.1) I find most of my develop panels missing as shown...

What's goin on???

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3 years ago

If you right click in the empty area, are all the panels unchecked? If so, select "Show All" from the menu to get them all to reappear.

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

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3 years ago

Two possibilities off hand:
One, you don't this licensed (it doesn't think you do); check your Adobe Cloud is logged in. 
Two: futz with GPU settings in preference's; alter whatever you have now, quit and restart: better? 

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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I don't do pirate and it is very very definitely paid for with months before renewal :)

Anyway I actually solved the issue so this can be closed... 

Turns out the update hide them. Right clicking in the area allows you to chose which modules to show or hide. Clicking "Show All" will put all the modules back.

Issue solved. Thanks. 

BTW miss you at dpreview. (ADMint)

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I'm not suggesting you're pirating software. IF for some reason, the application doesn't detect you've logged in as the so called owner (say you let your subscription lapse). All modules in LR except Develop and Maps will continue to work! So that IS a possibility you could have examined. 

No more DPR; a cesspool, Luminous Landscape, much better group. 

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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Did you catch the smiley :)

Anyway I was logged in (I'm also the owner) so why it did what it did is anyone's guess. With that, no such craziness with the laptop.

As for DP, still the same ole arguing cesspool. Wish you peace and happiness at your other forums. 

Thanks. 

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3 years ago

Yes, they were. But as I said 3 posts above yours I solved it by doing what you posted. 

Appreciate the reply though.

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Sorry. Missed that. Thanks

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging