Lightroom: 6-digit counts of photos are truncated

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Under the Keyword List, when the count for a given keyword exceeds 99999, the count is displayed with the last 3 digits printed as "...".   For example, for a count of 100373, the Keyword List  displays it as "100...".

No matter how wide I make the far right panel, keyword counts of 100000 and more will not display the final 3 digits.

I often use the exact counts for inventory control and photo asset management.  The loss of the last 3 digits of large counts is a significant burden to these functions.

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Posted 2 years ago

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chongo

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The same bug is in Lightroom 5.7
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Thanks! 

I hope there is a fix soon.  
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled LRcc Collections display total truncates #'s.

When in Collections and displaying total of photo without tags. the # when > than 5 digits truncate. no ways to resize. Field is not justified properly. should be right justified. How do I report. display bug issue.

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Marc Hohenleitner

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled High numbers are cut off.

In my catalogue are more than 100,000 photos. In a few menus, the exact value is cut off and replaced with "...". Howevere there is enough space, please have a look:

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Kelly C., Senior Lightroom QE

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We have bugs filed for both count truncation issues and are working on fixes for a future release. In the meantime, please note that in both cases (Library Filter & Collections panel) hovering over the truncated count will display a rollover with the entire number.
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