The narrow toolbar for controlling the camera is no longer showing up.
I have received an error message: "tether-nikon has encountered a problem and needs to close"
This error message did not close lightroom, but I did forward the error anomaly to Adobe when the window to submit the error came up. The error occured when selecting "Stop Tethered Capture". I have not seen the error message since while stopping the tethered capture, while the window also has not shown up (through the last 6-7 attempts to start and stop tethering)
I've reset the preferences, and that did not correct the issue. I will actually delete the preference file ( need to declare permissions for my user in the admin account) next and hope for the best.
I'm running a 2017 MacBook Pro, 13-inch, running Big Sur 11.4 and Lightroom Classic 10.3, with a Nikon Z7.
I have tried all of the steps in this list and even have uninstalled and reinstalled LR Classic. I have also disable and re-enabled the plug-in. My camera connects and if I fire the shutter images are imported to the LR Classic catalog but I cannot see the Tether Capture Window. Trying to use this for a classroom demo and was pretty excited to use LR's live view to explain the exposure triangle to my students. It worked one time then stopped. Any help would be greatly appreciated.