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Participant ,
Feb 20, 2024 Feb 20, 2024

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I'm on an M1 MacBook Pro running Sonoma 14.3.1 (just updated it yesterday). It is connected to a new Apple Studio Display. Lightroom is version 13.1.

Today, I selected an image in the Library, enlarged it to loupe view,

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then tapped "d" to go to Develop. In Develop, the image was a lot brighter yellow cast to it.

 

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I went back to the Library and the image returned to what it was supposed to look like. I did this a few times, always with the same outcome, so I took screenshots of each of them to illustrate this problem (see files). I exported the image from the Library to see how it would look and it was normal. In this forum, I had read a similar problem from 2018 that said the monitor probably wasn't using the correct profile, so I calibrated my monitor only to find out that the Apple Display doesn't accept being calibrated by a SpyderX Pro. Back in the Develop module, I clicked on a previous History step and the image went back to the normal and stayed normal even when I went back to the last History step.

Second problem is with the White Balance Selector tool. If I use its loupe, it shows up with a bunch of random pixels that don't change no matter where I moved it until I clicked. Then it changed to that group of pixels but didn't change when I moved it around. You can see here that the tool is over an area of blue yet the pixels are very white.

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Third was when I added a mask to an image (the first & only); the mask icon never appeared in the mask panel until I moved a slider.

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I've restarted the Mac, and turned off the GPU in LrC's prefs, but the WB Selector still won't change. I haven't replicated the mask not appearing. I'm stumped and extremely frustrated. I'm told that the OS update was just a security update that shouldb't have caused these problems. Any ideas of what to do?

Thanks.

 

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Feb 21, 2024 Feb 21, 2024

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The WB picker is a known bug. Could the difference you see between Develop and Library be the result of having HDR editing enabled?

 

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Feb 21, 2024 Feb 21, 2024

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I doubt it. I had processed this back in 2018 and was going to use it as an example for a class. I just opened it in Develop again and clicked the HDR button to see what happened and it darkened just a bit.

Thanks for the suggestion!

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