Lightroom 5: Reset to Adobe defaults causes stack overflow error

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Trying to reset a photo to Adobe defaults (Shift key + Reset button) causes the following error:



...and the photo is not reset.

Seems to happen for all kind of images, Canon CR2, JPEGs, ... etc. Normal reset seems to work OK.
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Posted 6 years ago

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Becky Sowada, Adobe Employee

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Thanks for reporting this. I was able to repro it and have logged a bug.
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In Lightroom 5, when attempting to "Reset (Adobe)" in the Develop module (by holding down Shift) a "stack overflow" error appears. This is reproducible every time one attempts this.

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Lightroom 5: "Reset (Adobe)" causes a stack overflow error.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
LR5: Reset causes stack overflow.


In develop module, when an image with an older process model (in this case 2003, but seems to be on all) is displayed, shift-click the RESET button and an error window is displayed, "An internal error has occurred. ?:0 stack overflow". Pressing Ok dismisses the error box clears and the process model is unchanged.

Repeatable. LR5, OSX 10.8.4.

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This error occurs on my Win 7 machine.
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Official Response
This has been fixed in the Release Candidate of Lightroom 5.2, available now at http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/li...