To round out the history lesson, the Melissa in question was Melissa Gaul, Lightroom QE and Technical Evangelist. I still miss her being on the Lightroom team, she was great. Her husband Troy was the project lead in the early days.
You might want to have a read of the "working with multiple computers" in the Multiple Computers chapter of your Classic book, it starts on page 446 of the latest version, and runs through the steps to get either of these options set up.
This bit caught my attention. In an ideal world, the first computer will finish its syncing. Anything that's not in the cloud will not download to the new computer automatically, so we might need to copy some manually if they haven't finished syncing. Has it got many left to go?
You can use File menu > Import from Another Catalog to import just that photo's records. Have a look at "How do I restore part of my backup catalog?" on page 65 of the latest LR Classic Missing FAQ for the steps to follow.
There seems to be 2 issues from your screenshots. Firstly the selected photo is from an Olympus camera and the profiles listed in your Explorer screenshot are Canon 5D Mk2. Secondly, the Explorer screenshot looks like the CameraProfiles folder is called CameraProfiles 01 which wouldn't work either.
Oh I've just thought of something... there's a bug with face recognition in 6.14 that can cause crashes, have a read of this thread: https://feedback.photoshop.com/conversations/lightroom-classic/lightroom-classic-version-6-crashes-in-the-facial-recognition-module/5fd510567288d52d004c42d6
Yep, that changed with Lightroom 3, when flags became global instead of local. There isn't a way to change that. You might try using the Quick Collection shortcut (b) to temporarily mark the ones you either want to put into a new collection, or that you want to remove from the collection you're...
Hi youngandcold, welcome to the forum!
You need to select a raw file from that camera - the selected one appears to be a JPEG, TIFF, PSD etc.
And the Camera Profiles folder needs to be directly inside the CameraRaw folder, not inside Settings.
Ok, this has gone way off topic so we're going to put this one to bed now, with this summary:
Laura, if you try printing one of those 1600px or 2048 px images on your inkjet printer or at a local lab, you may be surprised to see how well they print. But on the other hand, if you make them too...
Yep, same for Parallels. The catalog on the virtual drive should work though, as I check Lightroom on Windows through Parallels the same way.
LR6 should run on Mojave, but Clee is right, that's a lot of variables for troubleshooting. What kind of settings are you using when importing? And where...
Huge collections of presets usually means really low quality presets, and you have to ask yourself what you actually want to accomplish with that. While presets can be useful for imitating specific looks, in most cases it's quicker to simply adjust the photo to get the result you want rather...