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Lightroom panel randomly doesn't fit

Community Beginner ,
Aug 28, 2021 Aug 28, 2021

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Randomly the left panel (edit, info, keyword) doesn't fit well and the informations in it float left and right, e.g. the graphical with curves is greater than the space and floats left-rights together with the whole panel. 

So to change something (like lights point or shadow point) I must scroll.

 

Any workaround?

 

Here MacBook Pro 15" with macOS 12.0 beta.

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LEGEND ,
Aug 28, 2021 Aug 28, 2021

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Please post a full-resolution screenshot of your entire LR window showing the problem.  Since you're on a beta release of Mac OS, it's unlikely Adobe will respond, but posting the screenshot might alert them to the issue (if they're not aware of it already).

https://www.lightroomqueen.com/community/help/createscreenshot/ 

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yes, thanks,

here there are the screenshots with the issues.

 

Thank you for help!

 

Salvo

 

 

 

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Is it noit fitting top to bottom or left to right? To save space on my laptop, I use Solo Mode, which allows just one panel open at a time. As you open one, another closes.

 

https://jkost.com/blog/2020/05/working-with-modules-and-panels-in-lightroom.html

 

warmly/j

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thanks, I'll try to find those options, for now I can see only "Normal - Compact" options in the right clic menu...

 

When the issue is on, Color grading loses the labels below shadows and lights...

see the image attached here.

 

thanks,

Salvo

 

 

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it not fitting left to right.

The issue is random, so if I close and open LR mostly it works well, but not always.

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LEGEND ,
Aug 28, 2021 Aug 28, 2021

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Moderator: Please move this to the Lightroom Desktop forum.

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LEGEND ,
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You could try settings Preferences > Performance > Use Graphics Processor to Off. That normally doesn't affect the display of the user interface, but it's quick to try and it might be related to the Mac OS 12 beta.

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ok, I'll try also this tip.

Thank you

Salvo

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LEGEND ,
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Also, in Mac System preferences, set Displays > Display > Resolution to Default For Display (if it's not already). On Windows, LR has issues when display scaling is set to other than the default, perhaps this is a similar problem.

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in my MacBook the resolution is set to "Default for the display" (color LCD, retina).

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Wrong community module, this is the Lightroom Classic (LrC) module, you do not have Lightroom Classic, you have Lightroom Desktop (Lr) a.k.a Lightroom Cloudy.

 

The correct module is Lightroom Ecosystem (Cloud-Based) :

https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-ecosystem-cloud-based/bd-p/lightroom?page=1&sort=latest_rep...

 

Ahh, moved, good

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