Lightroom: LR 5.2: Display error when scrolling in smaller window size (OSX)

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See: https://www.dropbox.com/s/aow0w7xtb9d...

Note: iMac 11.3, OSX 10.8.5

Cant scroll further in image library. Just white space. Problem doesn't occur in full screen. This shouldn't have passed quality assurance!
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Posted 5 years ago

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I am sorry but I cannot duplicate your issue. It works as expected here: 10.8.5
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Try different window sizes. It works fine at certain larger window sizes (and full screen).
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I tried a dozen variations on two separate machines. White space does appear but it does not cover any images nor are any missing.

Without more information and detailed reproducible steps, it will be hard to catalog this as a bug.

A preference reset would be a good starting point in your troubleshooting.
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Did you try it in "import mode"? (sorry for being unprecise in the beginning) I can easily reproduce it.

The white space showing up instead of next images, seems to be a preview error while reading from SD Card (SAN Disk Extreme in iMac SD slot, only with RAWs of FujiFilm X-E1).

You may see it on my machine via TeamViewer if you wish?
Would you pls. confirm it as well.
THX!
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Of course, the import dialog is what you showed in your movie so naturally, I sought to duplicate it as shown..

I have tried it with SD Cards, CF cards, import from Disk, with multiple size windows in each varying from 1/2 screen to full screen.

Did you reset your preferences as I suggested?
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No I didn't, because I don't see the relation. This kind of information is static and from my standpoint shouldn't affect anything such dynamic. If I can understand why and how this could help, I would might be willing to try (accepting other information loss).
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Sorry, can't help you then.