There are a few other discussions where this issue is being reported but i believe they have other issues clouding the discussion
Since the update to .3 and subsequently 3.1 Lightroom Classic CC hangs after being idle for a time (i can;t be specific on time as it seem to change). It does not happen necessarily on sleeping from the computer or in one module or another or when changing windows or minimizing or maximizing
It hangs and i am forced to "end task" through Task Manager
I am on a completely up to date (drivers and software and Windows) Win 10 Pro 64 system with 128gb RAM and plenty of horsepower and disk space (NVME and SSD)
My system has no problems with any other programs
please fix this
Since the last update CC classic 7.3.1 ; when i input a new CF Card with lightroom already open => lightroom freeze and i can't make anything.
I must reboot lightroom ( ctrl + alt + sup )
windows 10 64 bits last update 1803
intel core i7 + 32 Go Ram.
SSD for system and catalog and raid disk for the raw.
CF Card Reader : Sandisk usb 3 imagematepro reader
CF Sandisk Extreme 64 Go 120mb/sec
Also, some of the frustration with this, is that it has been going on since the DAY the new update was given out and we have gotten no official response.
Yes we roll back and keep going, but at the moment there is no guarantee that this will get fixed nor that the next update will even address it and potentially might even make it worse.
I accept software glitches and time is needed to fix them, but there is NOTHING wrong with telling us what is going on and a general timeline for communication on the progress if not a general timeline.
This is not a feature problem or slowness complaint, this is a total application failure event, which is not small nor something that shouldn't be addressed immediately.
This has gone on for over a month now with nothing official said. If they want to keep it private FINE, but give us an option to contact them directly and privately to learn the progress and troubleshoot. Not just vague forums with no guarantee of help.
They were planning a release with several new features and withheld the bug release until they could finish the new features and do a single release with new features (and not have to call it a bug fix or apparently even mention it).
Julienne Kost did a blog post on new features.
Better late than never I guess, looking forward to trying it later today.
The lack of communications is a black eye on Adobe though and "should have a bug fix?" Come on.