I'm very new to Lightroom, and am using Lightroom classic to edit DNG files from my 360 camera (Ricoh Theta Z1).I'm a Mac guy, and this weekend I bought my first ever Windows computer, a Microsoft Surface Book 3. I like it so far!Downloaded Lightroom Classic CC and the Ricoh Theta Stitcher plugin.I make my edits, then right-click and select Edit in... > Ricoh Theta Stitcher.This plugin stitches my pano into a stiched (non-fisheye) file in TIFF format, that I can export as a JPG.MY PROBLEM: I just noticed that, somewhere in the "Edit in...Ricoh Theta Stitcher" step, six small green triangles are being placed across my images, evenly distributed horizontally.They look like guides of some sort. But I can't figure out why they are there. They don't appear when I do this process on my Macbook Pro.I did a virtual tour yesterday, and had to edit those triangles out of 25 photos. What a pain!The photo shows what the triangles look like.Does ANYONE have any idea what these are and how I can get rid of them?
I would also like to start designing my workflow with Lightroom and the Ricoh Stitcher vs. the PTGUI Stitcher.