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Why are some of my preset names are in italics?

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Hi there! I have created my own presets on LR CC and then I have sent them to my LR Mobile (DNG format) to use them there too! But some preset names are in italics, why? 😞

Thank you in advance for any help provided! 

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No, it's not about Lightroom Classic versus Lightroom cloud. Partially compatible presets are normally not presets that were created in Lightroom Classic and so could contain features not available in Lightroom Mobile, but presets that apply a raw profile. If the selected image is not a raw image, then such a preset is not compatible and shown in italics. Another possibility is that the preset applies a camera-specific profile, such as "Camera Landscape". That creates a preset for one specific camera, so it is incompatible with raw files of another camera.

 

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Why are some of my preset names are in italics?

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Hi there! I have created my own presets on LR CC and then I have sent them to my LR Mobile (DNG format) to use them there too! But some preset names are in italics, why? 😞

Thank you in advance for any help provided! 

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Correct answer by JohanElzenga | Adobe Community Professional

No, it's not about Lightroom Classic versus Lightroom cloud. Partially compatible presets are normally not presets that were created in Lightroom Classic and so could contain features not available in Lightroom Mobile, but presets that apply a raw profile. If the selected image is not a raw image, then such a preset is not compatible and shown in italics. Another possibility is that the preset applies a camera-specific profile, such as "Camera Landscape". That creates a preset for one specific camera, so it is incompatible with raw files of another camera.

 

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Presets displayed in italics are partially compatible presets. That means, that not all features from Lightroom Classics are available in Lightroom CC

 

https://www.lightroomqueen.com/presets-italic/

 

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No, it's not about Lightroom Classic versus Lightroom cloud. Partially compatible presets are normally not presets that were created in Lightroom Classic and so could contain features not available in Lightroom Mobile, but presets that apply a raw profile. If the selected image is not a raw image, then such a preset is not compatible and shown in italics. Another possibility is that the preset applies a camera-specific profile, such as "Camera Landscape". That creates a preset for one specific camera, so it is incompatible with raw files of another camera.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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