Lightroom CC 2015.7: Badge numbers in Grid view not visible on Sierra

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Since updating to LR 2015.7 and Macs OS X Sierra, the badge numbers in the grid view are no longer visible no matter what view I choose (expanded, compact, etc.). For good measure I recalibrated my display and that doesn't make a difference. This is not a problem for 2015.7 using other machines running El Capitan and Yosemite.
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Jao van de Lagemaat

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M Bailey

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+1. This is also affecting my install of 2015.7 and Sierra. 
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Yves Crausaz

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Me too
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Michal Urban

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FWIW: tried also with the just released Beta of macOS 10.12.1, same result.
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Sunil Bhaskaran, Official Rep

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Thanks for reporting this. We could reproduce this issue.
We are investigating.

Thanks,
Sunil
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Brendan Foster

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Yep, me too.  Just updated to Sierra and the large grey  Index / Badge number is now gone in latest version of LR.  Obviously a bug that needs sorting.  A bit annoying for the time being though when working with large wedding galleries and wanting to know numbers
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David Converse

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Compared to Aperture (and like a lot of the Lightroom UI compared to Aperture), badge numbers have always been almost impossible to see. How about really fixing this so they are useful?
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Michal Urban

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Configurable Font/Color/Size (similar to say Identity Plate) would take care of this.
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Adam Rubinstein

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Wonderful, so-good-to-us Adobe Engineers: As long as you're going far enough to fix this problem, please consider upgrading them, too?
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Stephen Leggett

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For me, Index number has gone in Compact Cells, but is present in Expanded Cells, LR CC 2015.7, macOS 10.12
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Daniel Lateulade

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Index numbers disappeared for me immediately after installing the Sierra beta. Currently running Lightroom CC 2015.7 and macOS 10.12.1 public beta. 
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Lukas Hanusek

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Same issue. Lightroom 2015.7 & macOS Sierra 10.12
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Adam Rubinstein

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Index Numbers don't show on compact cells in Grid View.

Since updating to macOS Sierra (actually, beta testing it all summer), Index Numbers have disappeared in compact cells in Grid view. This makes it unnecessarily hard to keep my place when jumping between folders when culling, and creates other organizational problems. I filed a Feedback Assistant bug report with Apple in July, but they don't appear to have fixed it.

Screenshot: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jo5td6y4hcrg39x/LR%20Index%20Numbers.png?dl=0

Though Index Numbers are turned on in View Options, they don't show.
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Laurent BESSON

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Same for me since upgrading to Sierra.
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tn002 .

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Since updating to macOS Serra and LR 6.0 to LR 6.7 
After editing about 1/2 hr in the Develop module, LR hang (with loading.. message) must reboot iMac and this problem keep repeating. 
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This sounds like a different issue than is being discussed here. If the whole system is locking up, that could be a bad driver (try disabling Graphics Processor under Preferences > Performance. It could also indicate a hardware failure (failing hard disk, bad RAM, or Graphics Card). It could also indicate a damaged OS.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Different issue than the thread it was originally posted.

Please reference the new conversation here: Lightroom: System/computer freeze after using Develop module after macOS Sierra u...
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noalert

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Same here! 
It's really annoying.
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Jamey Hopkins

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I just noticed this issue when culling my first wedding after upgrading to Sierra. This is seriously messing with my flow. I realize that I can switch to expanded cells and see the index numbers, but compact cells is my preference. Please address soon!
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Simon Hayward

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Same problem here too...
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Lutton Gant

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Same problem, for me!
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Nick Tompson

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Same problem here - glad to see it's not just me - but keen to see a fix!
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Katy Tainton

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Same problem - the large index numbers are soooo useful and can't believe they're gone now I've updated to Sierra. Please please fix asap!!
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Maggie J Ewald

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It's not only because of Sierra. If you are running Sierra but still run LR 2015 without the update, they are there. Very annoying. ;/
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Sunil Bhaskaran, Official Rep

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This issue has been fixed in the latest version of Lightroom 6.8.

Thanks,
Sunil
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Maggie J Ewald

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Sunil...It hasn't been fixed. If you are using CC, it is still without the numbers. I have the latest upgrade.
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Sunil Bhaskaran, Official Rep

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Maggie,
Could you please let us know the version of Sierra you are using?

Thanks,
Sunil
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Maggie J Ewald

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The newest one: 10.12.1 
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Maggie J Ewald

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For me, it has nothing to do with Sierra. It's the 2015-7 version of LR. When I go back a version, it is fine.
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Maggie J Ewald

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Nevermind! So sorry. I just did the update for LR, and they are there. :)
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Sunil Bhaskaran, Official Rep

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No problem. :)
Thanks for confirming.
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Yves Crausaz

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For me, after upgrade to LR CC2015.8 it's ok the numbers are in the left corner of the vignettes.