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Delete lightroom cc sync'd photos, leave LR classic photos on desktop alone.

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May 08, 2021 May 08, 2021

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Hi,

There's been a fair amount written about this but I have a very specific question. 

The solution proposed to delete CC photos wihout deleting the desktop files has been to go to CC classic, preferences/lightroom sync/delete all synced data.

Unfortunately, this opens a dialog box that says, :

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So then click the required box and it just takes me to LR Web. What now? Just select all and hit delete? Is that safe for my local files? seems like I am stuck in a loop. 

Thanks

 

William

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Adobe Community Professional , May 09, 2021 May 09, 2021
In LrWeb, click on your avatar (top right), then click on Account Info, then you'll see the option to "Delete Lightroom Library".

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In LrWeb, click on your avatar (top right), then click on Account Info, then you'll see the option to "Delete Lightroom Library".

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Thank you. That worked. 

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