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Fri, Oct 9, 2015 4:08 PM

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Lightroom: Dragging a photo to the map places the photos in a different location than you dragged it to.

Dragging one or more photos to the map and releasing used to set the photo's location to exactly where you dragged it to. In the last two versions, the pin/locations is not where you dragged them to, and can be thousands of feet to miles away. Reverting to version 6.1.1 solves the issue.

I'm using Windows 10, 6.2.1 and 6.2.0.

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Lightroom 6.2: Map module doesn't handle HDPI correctly (Win 10)

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5 years ago

Hi David,

Do you have a Hi-DPI monitor? And if so, what is your scaling set to?

Thanks,
Ben

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5 years ago

Yes, two LG 31MU97-B 4k monitors. Scaling is set to 150%.

(Speaking of high res and completely off topic, dimming the workspace only dims half my second monitor, while black out, blacks out the second monitor. Not a big deal though; I'd rather it didn't affect the second monitor at all, but i'm guessing i'm in the minority.)