Lightroom 4 beta: lots of problems

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LR4 Crashes, is very slow, when you upload a JPEG and a RAW file, only the Raw file shows in library. When selecting an image to print after printing and you try select another image the first image is locked and will not change.
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David Aspinall

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Posted 7 years ago

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Chris Cox

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Um, does it crash (which would rule out being slow), is it just slow, or does it freeze/hang? (those are 3 different things)

If it crashes, we need more details about the crash (the system crash report would be very helpful) and what you were doing before it crashed.
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David Aspinall

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Yhanks for tour reply, I submitted crash reports to Adobe and Apple each time it happened.
It freezes, hangs and runs slow as opposed to LR3
The printing problem, I have read about other people experiencing the asme problem.
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Erik Odegard

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I too find LR 4 Beta VERY slow in all operations, and this is runing it on arelatively fast machine. Intel Core2 Quad 2.4 GHz, 6 GB RAM ATI Radeon HD 5700, and Solid State Hard Drive. All of my other applications fly on this machine. I have had crashes as well, but seemingly at random. No pattern to the crashes that I have seen so far.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Please retest with the final Lightroom release.

If you're still encountering issues, it's important to:

1. Not create topics that are laundry lists of ideas/problems. Create a separate topic for each idea so users can vote and comment on individual topics. If you do create a topic that's a laundry list, community admins will mark it as "Not Planned" or "Not a Problem" and ask you to separate out your ideas/problems
2. Do a search to see if your idea/issue has already been submitted and add your vote/comments to existing topics before creating a new one.
2. Give your topic a title that says what the actual idea is. "Lots of Problems" doesn't say what the issue is.


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