No color grading in LR 10 Classic

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Hello, I have upgraded to LR10 Classic, but I can't see the color grading module. The process version is up-to-date. Who can help? 
Note: LR 4 works with color grading. 

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Color grading didn't display on my Windows 10 computer either after I first installed LrC 10. I found it necessary to go to the menu Window->panels and choose it there first and then the panel displayed where it should in the right-hand column. Right clicking in the panels area didn't seem to give me the option to choose that panel. I had to go to the menu to activate it. At least that's how I was able to do it.

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No color grading in LR 10 Classic

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Hello, I have upgraded to LR10 Classic, but I can't see the color grading module. The process version is up-to-date. Who can help? 
Note: LR 4 works with color grading. 

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Correct answer by JimHess | Adobe Community Professional

Color grading didn't display on my Windows 10 computer either after I first installed LrC 10. I found it necessary to go to the menu Window->panels and choose it there first and then the panel displayed where it should in the right-hand column. Right clicking in the panels area didn't seem to give me the option to choose that panel. I had to go to the menu to activate it. At least that's how I was able to do it.

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In the LrC Develop module look in the lower right corner of the Histogram panel. Click on the small lighting bolt icon to update to PV 5.

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The OP says the process version is up to date. Right-click in an empty area of the panel names. That brings up an option to change the order of the panels and/or turn panels on and off.

 

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Color grading didn't display on my Windows 10 computer either after I first installed LrC 10. I found it necessary to go to the menu Window->panels and choose it there first and then the panel displayed where it should in the right-hand column. Right clicking in the panels area didn't seem to give me the option to choose that panel. I had to go to the menu to activate it. At least that's how I was able to do it.

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I followed your guidance, but I still don't see color grading. Split toning is the only option. I wonder what's going wrong.

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Thanks, Johan and Jim. 

Both possibilities led to success. I have a Mac with Catalina version 10.15.7 and with ⌘4 I can show and hide color grading. 

 

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Window -> panels may have worked for some, but it doesn't work for me. The panels that are shown in that pop-up window only show split toning as an option, not color grading.

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