I've been trying to edit a photoshoot and suddenly the camera/image details appear and there's no way I can remove them. I've tried everything and seems like a bug. I would like to see the full image withouth the information in the top part. Anyone can help? Would love to remove it, I use the CC 2015 mobile Lightroom in Mac.
Thanks so much
Please post your System Information as Lightroom Classic (LrC) reports it. In LrC click on Help, then System Info, then Copy. Paste that information into a reply. Please present all information from first line down to and including Plug-in Info. Info after Plug-in info can be cut as that is just so much dead space to us non-Techs.
Press the letter "I" (for Info) until that goes away. The screen shot you posted is from Lightroom Classic.
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Press [ I ] to cycle through the 3 information screen states until you get to an empty state.
You inadvertantly hit the [ I ] key at some point.
This is not a bug.
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@PPRN3000 Press the "I" key (for Info) on the keyboard to turn that overlay on and off.
I use the CC 2015 mobile Lightroom in Mac.
Assume you mean Lightroom Classic CC 2015 for macOS desktop. That version is 6 years old.
Do you have an active Cloud subscription?
If so, I suggest you follow the steps mentioned by @GoldingD to verify your version number. Then update Lightroom Classic to the latest version that is compatible with your operating system..
Thanks so much everyone! Seems I pressed the I somehow and couldn't figure out how to remove that overlay. Now it stays in the right corner, do you know if there's any way to remove the overlay at all? Also, considering upgrading since I'm monthly subscribed to Adobe, I just felt more comfortable with that version.
Now it stays in the right corner, do you know if there's any way to remove the overlay at all?
Cycling through the various states of the I key should just switch the Info overlay on and off in the top LHS. Not move it.
Also, considering upgrading since I'm monthly subscribed to Adobe,
Well worth it if you're running Catalina or later. Earlier operating systems are not supported.
You'll have 6 years worth of new features to catch up on, including the new masking just released last month