This is driving me crazy!!
I've imported my image into Lightroom, it looks fine. I start editing and use a preset. While my cursor is on the preset the image looks how I would expect it to with these setting. The preset is selected. I then move my cursor off the preset and the colour of the image changes with an orange hue.
It doesn't happen on all presets but on quite a few.
During the first screenshot my cursor is over the preset "Fresh-Interior" which is selected. Then once I move my cursor the colour changes.
That happens to me at times, often because I drag the mouse diagonally off the preset list, causing the preview of a near-by preset to be displayed but not removed after the mouse leaves the preset list. To correct the display, I just click the current-1 and current edit steps in the edit history panel.
This is most likely a UI bug, but I have never bothered to report it.
Me: Win 10.1809 and LR 9.1
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I have the same problem. Did you find a solution? Thanks
Guys, I think I found a solution for this case.
Go to Preferences/ Performance / Develop / Uncheck this option >> Enable hover preview of presets in loupe
It works for me.
I'm using iOs Catalina 10.15.2 / Lightroom Classic 9.1
Please test and let me know if works for you.
this keeps happening to me to and I just spent over an hour trying to fix it and getting very frustrated. Thank you for posting this I hope to see a resolution soon from adobe 🙂
I had this problem and all I did was switch the profile to other options and back. This solved it instantly.
This worked! I just hovered over the other options in the profile drop down, hovered down to landscape, portrait, etc and it corrected itself.
Hi everyone . I am mohamed from Egypt . I recently discover that you can only fix your preset by make the temperature auto or here is the powerful solution is to add 2000 k on the temperature panel .....or 1250 k
Thank you all . I hope it works with you.