Lightroom: Failure to warn users of of damage to catalogues when upgrading to V.4

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  • Updated 6 years ago
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Why has Adobe not proactively told users upgrading to V.4 of the damage to their back catalogues because of the loss of tone curve data?

Adobe are actively allowing people upgrading to cause significant damage to thousands of images through the loss of tone curve data. I can only imagine in the hope that not many upgraders notice their images being damaged. That is a truly reprehensible way to treat a loyal client base, and Adobe risk serious damage to their reputation as this issue become a real headache for more & more users.

Anyone senior from Adobe care to comment on this?
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Edward

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Posted 6 years ago

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Becky Sowada, Adobe Employee

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Official Response
The public RC build of Lightroom 4.1 was just posted on http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/li.... Please install and give it a try. If this problem persists, post back and let us know. More information is available at http://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjournal/.