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Would you mind confirming if the screenshot you have shared is for Lightroom mobile that you have installed on the Chromebook through the Google play store or are you editing the images by going to Lightroom.adobe.com?
The web client does not have the healing brush or the gradients.
Screenshot was made on Chromebook.
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As an Adobe Stock photographer, I received Lightroom free for one year from Adobe. When my one free year ran out. I began pay a monthly fee for Lightroom. It should have all the features and tools. I have NOT downloaded it as an app from the playstore.
"Lightroom" is a system, not one just app. The system has the cloud as the hub, which can be accessed through a variety of different client apps: there's a desktop app for Mac or Windows, a set of mobile apps for iOS and Android, and there's a web-browser. Although these client apps are broadly similar, there are still some functional differences, and one of these is that web app is a lot weaker in terms of the editing tools. That screenshot you provided looks like it was taken from within the Web app, which - as already explained - does not yet have healing or gradient tools.
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Check the apps on you Chromebook and see if there is an update for the Lightroom app. After making sure you have installed the latest version, open the Lightroom app and look for the spot healing tool along the right edge. Make sure you open the Lightroom app. If you can't find it, share a screen capture of the entire screen with Lightroom open.
To be clear, I believe that the Lightroom desktop app is only available on Mac or Windows, thus not on a Chromebook. However, as ChromeOS now supports Android, I also believe that it's now possible to run the Lr Mobile for Android app on a Chromebook (and some other Adobe apps as well, including the Creative Cloud app), plus the Lr Web app through a browser. The mobile app does have the Healing Brush and Selective tools, though the Web app does not.
Thanks, Teresa. I know you mean well. But already did that. I've been working with computers professionally since the early 1980s. I am quite familiar with the lack of tools for Chromebook, so I calling attention to the problems. 1. Why am I paying the full fee without receing the full tools? 2. Why don't developers at Adobe work to provide full tools for Chrome?
I have not used Lightroom on Chromebook. I assumed that Chromebook was running the Android mobile version of Lightroom. I'm pretty sure the Android Lightroom includes the spot heal brush. Therefore I don't know why it would be missing on the Chromebook. I agree it is frustrating that we don't have parity between feature sets in all versions of Lightroom, but I also don't know how challenging this is for the developers. I suggest you share your desire for the spot heal tool on the feedback site here. https://feedback.photoshop.com