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Lightroom jumping to picture

Community Beginner ,
Mar 24, 2021 Mar 24, 2021

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Hi!

So this have been the most annoying "feature" since lighroom was release.
And I cant fint a way to turn it off?

 

When editing a picture in an external application, like photoshop, when Im done I save it and jump pack in to lightroom and start with the next picture. When the picture that was saved in photoshop is done saving and added to the lightroom library, it always jumps to that picture.

I just hate it, it always interrupts my work.

Is there som way to turn it off?¨

 

Thanks!

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Mar 24, 2021 Mar 24, 2021

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That is a rather odd complaint. Most of the time people complain because Lightroom DOESN'T return to the image that was edited in Photoshop.

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Mar 24, 2021 Mar 24, 2021

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That might be so, but when I edit work and Im in a hurry, I know where my pictures are. There is no need to show the picture that was just edited. And if I have changes folder, it just jumps to nothing, a blank picture so to say.

Would be lovley if there was a option for this.

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The problem is, the behavior you are experiencing is the way it is supposed to work. I don't know whether the development team would consider such an option a high enough of a priority to consider. I don't have any connection with Adobe, so I wouldn't know.

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Well I know that!

It is just that, do people sit and wait for the picture to be saved?

And don't tuch anything els?

I mean it is just bad design when it always interupts your work?

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