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lightroom web slider thumb jumping around

New Here ,
Jun 27, 2024 Jun 27, 2024

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I'm trying out the web version of Lightroom on MacOS. I'm finding a strange bug:

 

When clicking and holding on a slider thumb for example in the "Color" area, the thumb (the round button to control values by dragging along the track) automatically jumps over to the right. This is unexpected behaviour, it should stay put until the mouse cursor moves, and then follow the mouse cursor position in the horizontal movements.

 

I'm guessing that in the underlying UI, on click the thumb is being set to the mouse cursor position without taking into account the width of the thumb (half the width of the thumb should be subtracted from the mouse position in order for the thumb to be centered on the mouse cursor).
Here is a screen recording of this issue:
https://streamable.com/dhkh9n

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Jun 27, 2024 Jun 27, 2024

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Hi , I've moved your post from the Photoshop forum to the Lightroom forum where you are more likely to get answers relevant to your issue.

Dave

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