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I have noticed that when I zoom to fill in Print mode Lightroom classic the colour seriously degrades, has anyone else experenced the same?
I have heard of something similar... please comment with your OS version and Lightroom version so we can attempt to isolate options for you - thanks
The Lightroom version is Lightroom classic 10.1.1 and the OS version is macOS Big Sur 11.1
I reverted my version of LrC to version 10.0.
This issue is under invertigation by Adobe, you can follow in the “Feedback” forum for Photoshop family products.
To build on Ddegannes's reply, Adobe has acknowledged two bugs with zooming and colors:
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I starting having this same problem when moving to Big Sur: the colors in the print module are shifted and desaturated. Recent upgrade to 11.5.2 seems to partially but not completely fix it.
Now, the problem occurs when I select Stroke Border in the print module. The colors shift/desaturate. Unclicking, the colors are correct again. This is new behavior, since on macos 11.4 the colors were initially and always bad viewing in Print.
Oddly, I never saw the reported problem of zoom-to-fill.
This is a serious and seemingly VERY BASIC bug that Adobe needs to fix. It's been MANY months of this.
The bug report with the Print module showing wrong colors is still open, acknowledged by Adobe but not yet fixed:
Normally, I'd ask that you add the details of your issue to the bug report, but it didn't get copied over in the consolodation of the two forums last week. (I've alerted Adobe.)
Just an update: I do see the problem with zoom-to-fill. Toggling this, or toggling the Stroke Border, changes the image from correct to incorrect.