Actually, I had to revert to an older MACos version when performance died after an upgrade. From Googling it appears this was an 'undocumented feature' for older Macbooks. Using the TimeMachine, I was back to where I had been a couple of days before in no time. For me at least it was totally...
Actually, it's fairly old. I may just know about it growing up having to use command line to do most of the sharing in the early days.
So, if I want to make a remote connect, from a CMD prompt I'd enter "net use * \\host\share * /user:name where the first * means to automatically assign a...
Cletus, I'm not the OP just a curious participant in the thread :) . So, what I gather, you are referring to NAS or network based drives rather than direct connect.
Will keep in mind. I have noted though when Windows connects a remote service, it assigns from Z: down.
Cletus, I've never done this on Windows. Can you provide an example? I'd like to consider starting to use it.
I have an external drive I use for backups. I have it strapped to P: and that's what the nightly backup job references. It has not changed once I set it.
Glad you had a chuckle Ferguson. I feel it's first principles. Understand the organization and architecture of an OS before determine where you need mitigation. It's sort of the opposite extreme of security software vendors saying what you need. They have a hammer so everything looks like a...
Back to my original point. Let's not brush all OS architectures with the same security brush. Windows is different from MACos which is different from other variants of Unix/Linux and other 'ix's.
You may want to Google your problem. I found the following two links by searching on "Lightroom mouse slow"
Many lags, Lightroom Classic CC slow down
Windows PC gets slow and Mouse lags while rendering 1:1 Previews in Lightroom
I'm trying to learn here but my understanding was you merge the pictures using HDR software then make changes to the resulting image. Just did some checking and found this which seems to talk about the same workflow HDR Lightroom Workflow - Faster and More Natural Results.
What I don't...
I know there is some face recognition in the current LR but I haven't investigated it since I mainly take landscape and underwater pictures.
I recently added Cloud Tagger to to give me a start of keywording. I find it's a good starting point. It uses Google's Image Analzer (see sample screen...
I hadn't thought of that Califdan. I'd always assumed the RAW and it's changes were the preferred way. I was treating the TIF as a derivative image. You've given me something to think about
Ya, after I came to same decision
I know sounds strange but here is the situation. I use TOPAZ tools for sharpening and denoising as needed. The plug-in works great because the resulting TIFF file is stacked with the original RAW file but is displayed unstacked.
More than once, I've gone back to do further editting on the photo...
Marvelous Jim! Thanks. Exactly what I was looking for.
I'd seen the 'End Mark' in Preferences but like many things in LR had no idea what it meant. Thanks for the ref to the FAQ. Will make use of that.
I had evolved my use of LR over time so had a mix of practices. I chose to start with a new catalog a reload the files. In hind sight, I would have been better off staying with the existing catalog and moving files around using LR. I'm still only part way through my reconstruction.
Sorry Venom. I was trying to help by suggesting there is likely other options other than presets. Not sure why you think that's the silver bullet for what you need.
On a number of Nikon cameras, there are Picture Controls as well as modes that may help.