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4 Messages

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370 Points

Fri, Mar 16, 2012 10:59 AM

Lightroom: Double arrow cursor over panels

When I move the cursor from the Library grid view to the Keyword List in the right hand panel the cursor picks up and locks on to the horizontal double headed arrow used to change panel width. It doesn't change to the normal cursor as it should.

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19 Messages

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398 Points

9 years ago

From what I have read around the forums, this is a known bug and is receiving appropriate attention from the Lightroom Team. I would hazard a guess that it will be corrected in a point release, along with other bug squashing things.

Anthony.

3 Messages

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88 Points

8 years ago

Same issue here. RC2 didn ́t fix it

26 Messages

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612 Points

8 years ago

Still in final release and quite annoying!

10 Messages

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194 Points

8 years ago

Again one of those irritating bugs that can be fixed in minutes and that remain forever at the bottom of the priority list because the top guns have more important things to do.

I suggest that Adobe hire a developer dedicated to minor bug fixing. This would make a lot of customers happy.

10 Messages

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194 Points

8 years ago

Edit: I also have the problem with the right panel, not only with the left panel.

1 Message

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62 Points

8 years ago

When moving the mouse cursor from over the picture to over the preset list, instead or being a regular mouse pointer it is horizontal two headed arrow, LR4 RC2

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
LR 4 RC2 other double headed arrow problem.

4 Messages

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370 Points

8 years ago

Still not fixed in LR4.2

10 Messages

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194 Points

8 years ago

> Still not fixed in LR4.2

After a while, when a bug is not fixed early enough, it acquires the status of "permanent bug". It's no longer a bug, by the way, it's a part of the product, something that makes the product different. It is now history. It will be there in version 5, 6,... forever.

It's like a Leica camera which has known flaws that nobody will want to fix because if they fix these problems, it will no longer be a Leica camera.

Lightroom has a significant number of permanent bugs. Complaints about these are stacking up with time (sometimes years) but they are definitely removed from the todo list, merely ignored. At least, this is the feeling that the users may have.

4 Messages

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110 Points

8 years ago

I've got the problem as well.

It gets fixed if we pass the mouse over the keyword box again

19 Messages

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398 Points

8 years ago

Actually Patrick, it doesn't get fixed as such, regrettably this is just a workaround and Adobe still need to sort this problem out.

Anthony.

76 Messages

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1.5K Points

8 years ago

LR 4.3 version has this bug still

3 Messages

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88 Points

7 years ago

If still present with LR 5 Adobe will not see my money. Will do the trial version for sure before purchasing the upgrade.
This is a so little bug, but really a pain in the a-doubel-s every day.

76 Messages

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1.5K Points

7 years ago

LR 5 Beta still has this behaviour. Not a bug, as you said, but really annoying. And very easy to fix.

2 Messages

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80 Points

7 years ago

Unreal! September 2013 still happening!

9 Messages

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174 Points

6 years ago

Well, still present here with LR 5.3. Ugh, seriously Adobe, do you not QA your software on Windows at all..?