No reference view?

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Good day!

Recently i installed new version(10.0) and i cant find "Reference view" or setting as "reference photo". Where is it?

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 01, 2020 Nov 01, 2020
Lightroom Classic is shown in top image and Lightroom Desktop in bottom images. Which does your version look like?  

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Develop module - tap the 'T' key to make the tool bar visible. Reference view is the 'RR' button on the tool bar.

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this version not have "Develop mode". And tapping "T" key doesnt change anything

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You wrote that you're using '10'. As such, the module and steps to activate Refernce view are correct. If no Develop module, then you're using Lightroom Desktop (cloud version). Therefore, Reference View is not included.

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Sounds like you don't actually have Lightroom Classic 10.0 installed. Show us a screen capture of Help->System Info

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Lightroom Classic is shown in top image and Lightroom Desktop in bottom images. Which does your version look like?

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many thanks. i installed "Lightroom", not "Lightroom Classic". I apologize for my carelessness

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Lightroom CLASSIC Version 10 certainly does have a Develop Module.

 

Please go to the Help menu then the system Info link and click on that. Copy and then paste the first 5 lines of text that comes up into a New Reply to this conversation.

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