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Info and review mode on Android does not show current develop settings from Cloud Sync

Explorer ,
Feb 17, 2024 Feb 17, 2024

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So I've synced a collection in Lightroom Classic to the cloud and I'm now trying to use the Android app on my Galaxy Tab S9 to rate and review the photos. The problem is the photos as seen on the Tab are not updating to show the basic edits I've already done and synced in Classic to fix exposure and white balance. When I go into any indvidual photo and wait about 6 or 7 seconds it updates to show the correct edited version so the sync is happening alright but only on a one at a time basis and as I've posted in another bug report earlier today the updated settings are still not visible in the album preview thumbnails.

 

That alone is a dreadful user experience. But what makes it even worse is when I want to use the tablet to rate and review images because when I open the "info and rating" dialog, where I should be able to swipe through my photos and rate each one, the saved develop settings do not update to the image at all. So rating and reviewing images now has the following workflow... swipe to the next photo... wait six or seven seconds for the develop settings to be applied... tap the three dots or swipe up to open info and rating... apply my rating... then close info and rating before I swipe to the next photo and wait til I see the develop settings take effect.

 

Everything is showing as synced so I should be able to see up to date previews to rate and review

 

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