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How to show the filmstrip in the map module in version 9.3?

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Jul 25, 2020

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I just got updated to Lightroom Classic 9.3 and now all is lost!

 

When I open the map module, there is no filmstrip. I can't find how to display the filmstrip. Gone!!!!! How do I place photos on the map if there's no filmstrip? How can I show the filmstrip?

 

How can I undo the update and get a version that works?

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Do the menu command Window > Panels > Show Filmstrip. 

 

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How to show the filmstrip in the map module in version 9.3?

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I just got updated to Lightroom Classic 9.3 and now all is lost!

 

When I open the map module, there is no filmstrip. I can't find how to display the filmstrip. Gone!!!!! How do I place photos on the map if there's no filmstrip? How can I show the filmstrip?

 

How can I undo the update and get a version that works?

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Correct answer by johnrellis | Most Valuable Participant

Do the menu command Window > Panels > Show Filmstrip. 

 

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Do the menu command Window > Panels > Show Filmstrip. 

 

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What you really need is to understand how LrC works and how to properly work with LrC.

 

Lightroom Classic tutorials | Learn how to use Lightroom Classic

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Or use F6 to toggle the filmstrip on and off. Really! It's that simple.

 

 

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