From LRC to New Lightroom and import problems..

Community Beginner ,
May 31, 2021 May 31, 2021

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Hi, need little help from you guys...

I'm using LRC 6 years now, but sadly the LRC on all my three MacOs (big sur) machines are very slow and crashing constantly.

I tried to reinstall/clean install nothing help, it even crash when i copy preset from one photo to other... i'm tired..

Today I tried edit whole weddings in "NEW" Adobe Lightroom Desktop 4.2 app and I like it.

No single crash during all my wedding day edit.. But.. i have some other problems.

  1.  I disbled cloud sync - i don't need it. I stored my RAW files in external SSD, but on import LR copy it on my local ssd, how can i turn it off? I whant import images but leave in place and not copy to lightroom library folder on my local ssd 😞
  2. It's there shortcut for exposure increase/decrease like in LRC just pressing +/- on keyboard?

 

Thanks!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 31, 2021 May 31, 2021

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In the Lightroom preferences, make sure this option is NOT selected:

 

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Actually, make sure that both of those options are not checked.

On  my Windows computer, if I hover over the exposure line with my cursor then I can use the up/down keys to increase/decrease the exposure.

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Yes, it's not checked, but images on import are coped to lightroom catalog file 😞

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