Lightroom mobile: Undo toast/notification is distracting

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Everytime I undo or redo any action, a small window pops up written “undo action x”. The problem is that this note pops up on the image I’m editing and it’s terrible because I usually like to compare how my pic is with certain color or not. To make it even worse, the note takes some time to disappear. It’s already time to change that, PLEASE! I’ve been using this app for so long and this annoys me so much! Push that note to the corner of the screen!!!
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Aninha Kracieski

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Posted 9 months ago

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Antoine Hlmn

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I totally understand your point.

I, however, think they should (as already requested) implement and sync edit history. This way, you could just go back to the previous (or any other anterior) step.


Also, they should comply with the os standard of undoing, like shaking or swiping to undo an action.


Lastly, the MUST solve the bug where undo does not apply to a rating. This is a real pain when a filter is applied (masking rejected images, for example).

(But as always, solving bugs and answer request is not Adobes priority...)
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Aninha Kracieski

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Totally agree!
And yes that bug is such a pain :(

Yeah so sad. They should listen to us :(
Although I had a problem on January and contacted them describing what was happening. The answer was that IOS (that I use) didn’t have certain feature that Android did and somehow Android didn’t have the same issue I was experiencing. A couple of days later (seriously) they implemented the feature for ios within an update. I couldn’t even believe.

(Sorry about my english)
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Antoine Hlmn

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The support is terrible. And outsourced. They provided me simply wrong information about Lightroom. I have nothing against people making mistakes, but when they should recognize when they’re proven wrong by A+B.