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Community Beginner ,
May 12, 2020

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Im Bibliotheksmodus oder auch auf dem Filmstreifen markiert LR immer zwei Fotos. Wenn ich mit CTRL-D alle Markierungen lösche, markiert LR automatisch die ersten beiden Fotos in der Bibliothek. Wenn man im Entwicklungsmodus zum nächsten Foto blättern will, bleibt man immer bei diesen beiden markierten Fotos.
Was habe ich unternommen?
- die Einstellungen zurückgesetzt
- die "Lightroom CC Preferences.agpres" -Datei gelöscht (die war jedoch sowieso auf 0 Bytes)
- LR neu gestartet

Mir scheint, dass dieser Fehler seit dem letzten Updaten erschienen ist. Oder mache ich etwas falsch? Habe ich mit einer irrtümlichen Tastenkombination ein solches Verhalten von LR ausgelöst?

​Wer kann mir weiterhelfen? Vielen Dank.

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Correct answer by johnrellis | Most Valuable Participant

Google translation: "Hello
In library mode or on the filmstrip LR always marks two photos. If I delete all markings with CTRL-D, LR automatically marks the first two photos in the library. If you want to scroll to the next photo in development mode, you always stick to these two marked photos.
What have I done?
- reset the settings
- the "Lightroom CC Preferences.agpres" file was deleted (but it was 0 bytes anyway)
- LR restarted It

seems to me that this error has appeared since the last update. Or am I doing something wrong? Did I trigger LR's behavior with an incorrect key combination?

Who can help me? Thanks a lot."

 

You may have the secondary display window showing (or hidden beneath the main window) with Compare View selected. See this post for how to turn that off:

https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/lr-cc-insists-on-selecting-two-photos-but-i-am-selecting-only-one-photo?topic-reply-list[settings][filter_by]=all&topic-reply-list[settings][reply_id]=18700050#reply_18700050

 

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Fehler in der neusten Version?

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May 12, 2020

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Hallo
Im Bibliotheksmodus oder auch auf dem Filmstreifen markiert LR immer zwei Fotos. Wenn ich mit CTRL-D alle Markierungen lösche, markiert LR automatisch die ersten beiden Fotos in der Bibliothek. Wenn man im Entwicklungsmodus zum nächsten Foto blättern will, bleibt man immer bei diesen beiden markierten Fotos.
Was habe ich unternommen?
- die Einstellungen zurückgesetzt
- die "Lightroom CC Preferences.agpres" -Datei gelöscht (die war jedoch sowieso auf 0 Bytes)
- LR neu gestartet

Mir scheint, dass dieser Fehler seit dem letzten Updaten erschienen ist. Oder mache ich etwas falsch? Habe ich mit einer irrtümlichen Tastenkombination ein solches Verhalten von LR ausgelöst?

​Wer kann mir weiterhelfen? Vielen Dank.

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Correct answer by johnrellis | Most Valuable Participant

Google translation: "Hello
In library mode or on the filmstrip LR always marks two photos. If I delete all markings with CTRL-D, LR automatically marks the first two photos in the library. If you want to scroll to the next photo in development mode, you always stick to these two marked photos.
What have I done?
- reset the settings
- the "Lightroom CC Preferences.agpres" file was deleted (but it was 0 bytes anyway)
- LR restarted It

seems to me that this error has appeared since the last update. Or am I doing something wrong? Did I trigger LR's behavior with an incorrect key combination?

Who can help me? Thanks a lot."

 

You may have the secondary display window showing (or hidden beneath the main window) with Compare View selected. See this post for how to turn that off:

https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/lr-cc-insists-on-selecting-two-photos-but-i-am-selecting-only-one-photo?topic-reply-list[settings][filter_by]=all&topic-reply-list[settings][reply_id]=18700050#reply_18700050

 

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Google translation: "Hello
In library mode or on the filmstrip LR always marks two photos. If I delete all markings with CTRL-D, LR automatically marks the first two photos in the library. If you want to scroll to the next photo in development mode, you always stick to these two marked photos.
What have I done?
- reset the settings
- the "Lightroom CC Preferences.agpres" file was deleted (but it was 0 bytes anyway)
- LR restarted It

seems to me that this error has appeared since the last update. Or am I doing something wrong? Did I trigger LR's behavior with an incorrect key combination?

Who can help me? Thanks a lot."

 

You may have the secondary display window showing (or hidden beneath the main window) with Compare View selected. See this post for how to turn that off:

https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/lr-cc-insists-on-selecting-two-photos-but-i-a...

 

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May 14, 2020

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Ganz genau!! Danke für die Antwort. Das ist genau die Lösung. Der zweite Bildschirm war an meinem zweiten PC angeschlossen, während LR auf dem erste PC im Compare-View auf den zweiten Bildschirm ausgegeben wurde. Ganz herzlichen Dank!!!

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Great, glad it was easy to resolve. 

 

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