White balance bug

Nov 30, 2020

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As always, something broken. When copying the settings to another photo with white balance set to one of the profiles (example daylight). White balance does not change in the photo to which we copy the settings. It writes daylight, but the values ​​haven't changed.

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White balance bug

Nov 30, 2020

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As always, something broken. When copying the settings to another photo with white balance set to one of the profiles (example daylight). White balance does not change in the photo to which we copy the settings. It writes daylight, but the values ​​haven't changed.

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Normally the only time White Balance doesn't sync as expected is when it's set to As Shot. So I've tested how you described and I see it what you're seeing with Daylight. Just checked and they're aware of it. 

 

 

Sean McCormack http://seanmccormack.com

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The bug-report forum is currently down, but there are two workarounds:

 

1. In Develop, select all the desired photos in the film strip, do Settings > Enable Auto Sync, change WB: to the desired setting, do Settings > Enable Auto Sync again.  (The last is very important!)

 

2. In Library Grid view (not Loupe view), select all the desired photos, and in the Quick Develop panel on the right, change White Balance to the desired setting.

 

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