Hi. I have a problem with LR mobile on iPhone. Big circle appears on iPhone with adjustment brush. iPad version works fine. I have latest version and even demerits it from my iPhone and reinstalled but problem persists.
See screenshot below.
Can't seem to add image?
Typo in post: *Deinstalled
Same problem. Circle appears where I start to paint filled with a single color. Renders the new selective brush tool useless. I us iPhone 7 plus with the latest version of iOS.
Yep exactly the same issue, have an iPhone 6sPlus, can't find any way around it, and perfect on iPad Pro, have even done the new update today but no joy.
I attempted to reproduce the "big circle" you're seeing, but I can't. Can you follow the instructions linked here How do I attach a screenshot? to add a screenshot to this forum thread?
After I get a visual, I'll have a LRM team member look at this thread.
Thanks for posting here and let me know if anything has changed since you last posted.
not not possible to attach pictures in this editor. The buttons referred to in the help section for how to attach don't come up In my browser.
I have sent you a private message so I can send them as a mail attachment instead.
You're right, when viewing these forums on an iPhone, the Jive Forum interface doesn't include the advanced editor with features like adding images. You'd need to try from an iPad or regular computer (which means youd need to do the screenshot on your iPhone, then transfer it to the iPad or computer to upload it).
Im interested to see the screen shot too, as I've not been able to duplicate this behavior on three different model iphones (6S, 6S Plus, 7 Plus).
I'm posting this set of images on behalf of christianl84989405.
Here are the comments for each image:
Would all three of you mind going to the left sidebar in LRM, selecting the right arrow next to your name and Adobe ID, selecting "Create Diagnostic Log" and then sending that to the default email address with the link to this forum thread in the body of the email?
Done, but before I did it, i tried brush on a couple of images and it seemed to be working.
Previoulsy it was producing circle every time, but on occasion it was intermittent, not producing circle every time. So may still not be fixed
thanks for your attention to this.
Again, thank you so much for posting your information and the photos!
Using my ipad to upload image of screenshot from iPhone 7 plus. You can clearly see the black circle round the selection point. You cannot use the brush within this circle and when you accept the changes, the portion of the image round the circle is affected by the adjusment with a hard line / no feather.
Here is a little more detail on what happens.
Once you have selected the brush size and feather as per normal you touch the screen where ever you wish to paint the selection. The initial point where you touch then becomes the hole in the final selection. So if you touched initially say in the top right hand corner the hole would be located there.
The size of the brush determines the size of the hole.
When you then brush the selection will not
work within that hole.
The hole itself is hard edged, in other words the feather used for the brush size has no impact at all, though any other selective brushing outside the hole adheres to the feather etc.
If the selection is moved around then the hole moves with it.
There is no possible work around with this so it basically renders the brush tool option useless.
3D touch is on, set to medium sensitivity.
Hi, 3D Touch is on and set to light
On and set to light.
Ok - so if you start doing brushing a image that you haven't touched in LrM before, that means no edits are available on these images.
Does the bug occur then too?
Yes. Even on pics from photo roll and if retouching with the brush is the first action.
Yes problem occurs regardless of the file or previous edits
Thanks for confirming this
Could you please try it out with the latest version 2.8.2, and confirm if this is still occurring?
Installed version 2.8.2 today and the bug is still there. Using iPhone 7.