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1.9K Points

Mon, Oct 5, 2015 2:38 PM

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Lightroom: Restore features removed from Import in LR 6.2 / CC 2015.2

LIGHTROOM...PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE. I use each and every item most every day in my work flow.To be able to see how file name looks before it is brought in to LR. Is very important.As well as To see the destination Folders , how big a file is......Move is gone. You can only Add the photos at their existing location or Copy the photos to a new location.
Eject After Import is gone. You must now remember to eject memory cards using the operating system
Duplicate photos can’t be imported
Zoom is gone from the Import Loupe view.
Filename is now hidden under a tooltip.
Destination panel folders preview is gone, including the italic preview showing your chosen folder structure, the checkmarks to their right, and the volume information showing how much space was available on each drive.
Thumbnail filtering by Destination folder is gone.
Total file size is gone from the bottom left corner.
The filename preview (when renaming) is gone. THANKS!!!

Responses

8 Messages

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198 Points

5 years ago

Thanks Adobe for listening to your long term LR users. Delighted to have the power of the import interface back.

2 Messages

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82 Points

4 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled New lightroom import module.

This is honnestly the worst thing, ever. The new import module is nothing like the old one who would open windows explorer to get to your files. Its been replaced by a crappy, non-intuitive in-program explorer. Please, Adobe, fix that, this is seriously horrible.

If I wanted to be non-productive on purpose I'd make myself a darkroom. Can we work on that please?

24 Messages

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464 Points

Uh, it has been fixed, in LR 6.3 and onwards - the original import dialog was restored.
Please see the start of this thread for the official response announcing the change.

13 Messages

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294 Points

I saw the mail coming and was puzzled! Is someone still having this problem? This happened a year ago!

24 Messages

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464 Points

I guess so, since Jérémie had created a new thread about the issue.
Apparently not everyone checks in on this site... ;)