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Annoying white circle in centre of photo; Lightroom cc presentation.

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May 07, 2018

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I suppose that others here had questions about the stupid circle. On other forums I saw that people from Adobe said that this was necessary because you wanted to know when you could begin editing. But I often use cc to show people my photos.  We don't need this thing. Furthermore, there is also the blue circling thing. They do the same, it seems.

Am I missing something, or is the Lightroom team missing something? Please let me know how to get rid of this!

Another question is about presentations. I cannot discover how to lengthen the to time each photo is shown. Now it is too short for normal people.

Thanks, Hans

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Annoying white circle in centre of photo; Lightroom cc presentation.

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I suppose that others here had questions about the stupid circle. On other forums I saw that people from Adobe said that this was necessary because you wanted to know when you could begin editing. But I often use cc to show people my photos.  We don't need this thing. Furthermore, there is also the blue circling thing. They do the same, it seems.

Am I missing something, or is the Lightroom team missing something? Please let me know how to get rid of this!

Another question is about presentations. I cannot discover how to lengthen the to time each photo is shown. Now it is too short for normal people.

Thanks, Hans

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May 08, 2018

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It‘s probably trying to download from the Cloud either the Smart Preview or Original.

Have you tried to ‘Store Locally’ the Album that you want to make the presentation from, this may help?

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Yes, I suppose is it trying to get the picture on board. But why it should show this twice, and the white circle in the very centre of the photo, is beyond my understanding. It should be nowhere, or maybe in a corner ...

I have some photo's 'stored locally', but that's, as far as I tried, also quite a task, since you have to select the photo's piece by piece, and if you select more than 15 it says that it should be less than 15. This helps for the circle, but not, as far as I could see, for the presentation.

Thanks anyway!

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Are you showing the presentation from a Mobile device?

If so, you can click the ellipsis next to the Album name and store the whole Album locally. I don't think there is a limit to the number of Photos within that Album. Store Locally just downloads the Originals to within the App itself, not to the Camera Roll (which does have a limit of 15 at a time).

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I am sorry, but storing the photos locally doesn't seem to help. Every photo takes some time to show the white circle. That is, when showing them piece by piece. Strangely enough, in the presentation the circle is hardly visible. But I have not found the option to show each photo longer than about a second. By the way, you merged my two problems into one, my message was not clear about this, sorry.

Apart from that, storing the photo's locally is a problem too, because LR cc won't store on the sd card of my Samsung tablet. This is also discussed heavily on the internet, to no avail.

Shall we call this, uh, those problems bugs? They feel like it, really.

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The white circle indicates ready to edit, the blue circle indicates cloud syncing is in progress.  They don't do the same thing.

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I understand. It does not help, though.  If only, if only....., the stupid white circle could be shown somewhere in a corner of the photo....

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Put The Circle Somewhere Else!

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