Lightroom Classic 8:: Clicking on pictures marks them as edited

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When clicking on any picture under the Develop tab it populates the +/- symbol in the bottom right corner indicating that the photo has been edited. To clear the symbol the user has to click the reset button and it will go away. When simply clicking on a picture this symbol has never populated before and shouldn't be populating now. This a big problem for me with the way I edit and cull out my pictures. Please fix!!
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Kaleb Hill

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Johan Elzenga, Champion

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Click with a tool selected, or click to zoom for example? I don't see this on my Mac with Lightroom Classic 8. What does the History panel show?
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Sorry, to clarify, this symbol populates on the pictures on the gallery carousel at the bottom. When clicking on any of the unedited pictures in the gallery it then populates the symbol indicating that the photo has been edited.
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The 'gallery carousel'? No idea what that is. Do you mean the Film Strip perhaps? Like I said, that does not happen to me. It does not happen when I click on an image in the film strip, and it does not happen when I click on the selected image in the develop module to zoom in (and then click again to zoom out).

You did not answer my question. If you look at the History panel after you have clicked on such an image, does it show an edit?
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Kaleb Hill

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Yes, I guess film strip is what I'm calling gallery carousel. Wasn't sure what it was called. I'm able to have History open and then click on a photo on the film strip and see "Multiple Settings" populate at the same time it marks it as being edited.
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Kaleb Hill

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Oddly enough, it only does it sometimes, not on every picture that I click on.
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Kaleb Hill

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I rolled back my version to 7.5 and it's working perfectly. I will be using 7.5 until the bug in 8.0 has been fixed.
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The problem is that a bug can only be fixed if Adobe can reproduce it. I can't reproduce it on my Mac, so I doubt that Adobe can reproduce it on a Mac. I didn't clearly ask what OS you use, but that is obviously the next question. Do you use a PC? If so, which version of Windows?
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Kaleb Hill

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Windows 10.
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This doesn't happen on my Mac either.  What settings are being applied.  Look at all the sliders and see which ones are being changed.  
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Kaleb Hill

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Absolutely no change.
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Kaleb Hill

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I'm running Windows.
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This doesn't happen on my systems. Neither my desktop at home or the notebook I am using while traveling.
This is something on your system. Could be something to do with Auto Sync.
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Kaleb Hill

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Not sure why it would work perfect with 7.5 but buggy on 8.0. That says to me that it's not my system.
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I can't reproduce this behavior in Lr Classic CC 8.0 on either of my Windows 10 machines.

If/when you reinstall Lr 8.0, I'd suggest resetting the Lr preferences file - 
https://www.lightroomqueen.com/how-do-i-reset-lightrooms-preferences/
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@Kaleb 

We could not reproduce the issue internally. If possible can you share a video recording of the issue?

Thanks,
Ganesh