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Loupe info is not displaying

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Jun 02, 2020

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I've seen similar posts to this but none with a solution, they were kind of old too so I'm hoping maybe something has come up. What I want is to see the camera info overlayed ie. ISO, shutter speed etc.

When I go into View > Loupe Info > "Show Info Overlay" has a checkmark next to it, as does "info 2".   Regardless, when I click "i" or "command+i", nothing happens.  If, however, I click "command+j" the view options window opens up and THEN the "info 2" details show up as they are supposed to, I can see it behind the window, but as soon as I close the window, the "info 2" details also disappear. I have this issue in both library and develop mode. It's very frustrating! I'm using Lightroom Classic 9.2.1 and MacOS Catalina 10.15.2. ...I also attached a screenshot...thank you for any ideas or suggestions!Screen Shot 2020-06-02 at 11.39.46 AM.png

 

omg so I quit LR and restarted and now it's fine, lol. I'll leave this up though just in case this happens to someone else. 

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Loupe info is not displaying

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I've seen similar posts to this but none with a solution, they were kind of old too so I'm hoping maybe something has come up. What I want is to see the camera info overlayed ie. ISO, shutter speed etc.

When I go into View > Loupe Info > "Show Info Overlay" has a checkmark next to it, as does "info 2".   Regardless, when I click "i" or "command+i", nothing happens.  If, however, I click "command+j" the view options window opens up and THEN the "info 2" details show up as they are supposed to, I can see it behind the window, but as soon as I close the window, the "info 2" details also disappear. I have this issue in both library and develop mode. It's very frustrating! I'm using Lightroom Classic 9.2.1 and MacOS Catalina 10.15.2. ...I also attached a screenshot...thank you for any ideas or suggestions!Screen Shot 2020-06-02 at 11.39.46 AM.png

 

omg so I quit LR and restarted and now it's fine, lol. I'll leave this up though just in case this happens to someone else. 

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omg so I quit LR and restarted and now it's fine, lol. I'll leave this up though just in case this happens to someone else. 

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