Thanks califdan & prbimges for the input. It was a rogue Virtual Copy sitting there on LR Web.
I managed to identify the month where there was a discrepancy by checking Classic v Web, then I managed to identify the extra image on Web.
Many thanks again
That's a great suggestion, and one I hadn't even thought about, but there are a total of 15 Virtual copies in Classic, and all are appearing in Web.
I had already ensured that there were no videos involved in Classic either.
I've had a problem where the count of the images in albums in LR Web was showing 1 more image in total than I thought should be there. In addition there were a few "non collection" images.
I have approx 5000 of my images in LR Classic synced to LR Web. Over time, I have managed to get some...
I'm planning on moving all my images to an external disk. In preparation for this I've gradually been creating Smart Previews for all my images. Currently 100% of my photos are stored locally.
There is an issue with this however, as a photo which is genuinely missing (remember all images...
I use a special panel end mark with a graphic of the Colour Labels I set.
is there any way to change the location of this (currently at C:\Users\xxxxx\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Lightroom\Panel End Marks)
I'd like to place it on OneDrive so my laptop has access to the same file (and perhaps more...
The problem seems even stranger.
I start with a different folder. There are 106 images in this folder. Each has no GPS data, each has sublocation set to "Beach", and City to "Ardrossan".
I then manually drag 25 images (all at once) on the map module to 1 location, and 81 (again all at once)...
You are right. I have checked and that setting is set. I'm away to play with this and see if that resolves the problem.
I'll also have a look at that plug in. I have a couple of his, but not that one
Thanks for your input.
Has the map module changed how it works.
I've just manually added locations for a batch of photos, entering Sandylands as the location. I then placed 36 of these images on the map module by dragging them and placing them where they were shot.
On returning to the Library view with the...