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Lightroom Adjustment Brush - re-edit no longer possible

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Dec 17, 2017

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Since upgrading to LR CC from LR5, I have lost functionality for my adjustment brushes. I can edit images just fine and make all of my adjustments, but I am no longer able to see the circles that used to allow me to switch between brush edits and go back to adjust them. Once I start a new brush or switch out of the adjustment brush tool, I have no ability to change past adjustments.

I'm on a 2012 iMac, and am assuming maybe this has something to do with it, some sort of incompatibility with the new version of LR and the age of my computer? I had no trouble with LR5, and I am using a fairly recent version of the Apple OS. So maybe that's not my problem, but I can't figure out what else it might be.

If anyone has ideas, I would greatly appreciate the help to diagnose this problem! It has made using the adjustment brush a lot less useful than it used to be.

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Lightroom Adjustment Brush - re-edit no longer possible

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Since upgrading to LR CC from LR5, I have lost functionality for my adjustment brushes. I can edit images just fine and make all of my adjustments, but I am no longer able to see the circles that used to allow me to switch between brush edits and go back to adjust them. Once I start a new brush or switch out of the adjustment brush tool, I have no ability to change past adjustments.

I'm on a 2012 iMac, and am assuming maybe this has something to do with it, some sort of incompatibility with the new version of LR and the age of my computer? I had no trouble with LR5, and I am using a fairly recent version of the Apple OS. So maybe that's not my problem, but I can't figure out what else it might be.

If anyone has ideas, I would greatly appreciate the help to diagnose this problem! It has made using the adjustment brush a lot less useful than it used to be.

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Seems you upgraded to Lr CC Classic. Stop by that forum to get an answer to your question

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Still a problem, but I will check there too.

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Adobe Employee ,
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Hi yotung,

Sorry, is this happening, have you tried updating the Lightroom CC to 1.1 version via Creative Cloud desktop and check if that helps to fix this issue?

Regards,

Mohit

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Those circles are called Pins. Try pressing the H key for show/Hide.

Can you clarify which version you're using please? Lightroom CC 1.x or Lightroom Classic? Lots of people are confused right now, so we're just trying to make sure everyone gets the right information.

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Thanks for giving a simple (and completely helpful) answer to a simple question

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Try turning off the GPU acceleration under preferences and see if they reappear. I was missing those too and noticed that LightroomCCHelper was crashing on my machine - after turning of GPU acceleration, they reappeared and the crashing stopped.

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