The address book should be in /Users/[username]/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Lightroom/Email Address Book/AddressBook.lua
I do have to agree that the email function is a bit of an afterthought.
You mean the camera matching profiles? Canon changed the file format significantly and the old way Adobe backwards engineered the profiles no longer works. Finding a new way is proving a challenge. Canon aren't being overly helpful, it seems. I suspect the legal departments are involved, but...
A blue screen is a hardware or low level driver issue that Lightroom just happens to be triggering. Some of our Windows experts might have some bright ideas on where to start looking if you share the information from the blue screen.
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Thanks for the suggestion. That used to say Primary Lightroom Version, and I think it still does on the main profile page. I'll update it. We get slightly more specific information on the main profile, but we didn't want to overwhelm people at registration! It...
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I'd separate the processes. Move the photos to the new drive, and then separate them out into a new catalog (or better yet, keep them in the same catalog but just move the originals to the new drive.)
That naming structure is interesting, are all of your images called untitled followed by a number? The 3 in brackets suggests to me that there might be lots of files with the same name.
I note that in the error message, the filename changes too, gaining a space and changing from JPG to jpeg...
Sorry for the delay in getting back to this thread. So what happened when you selected the photo in that screenshot? When you say no success, did it give an error message? Did it only reconnect the single photo? Or what happens?
Zip up the catalog, just the lrcat bit, and use www.wetransfer.com to send it to [email protected] and we'll ask Adobe to see if it's possible to fix it.
Any idea how it became corrupted? Is it usually on an internal or external drive? Did the drive fail?
That suggests you may have removed the photos from the catalog and reimported them, so Clee's recommendation of Jeffrey's EXIF viewing is about as good as you'll get.
Then it'll be worth reading the quick start to avoid it happening again.
Screenshots are great.
In this screenshot
it tells you at the bottom which photo it's looking for, and then you click on the photo with the same name and click select.
In this one
you're viewing a folder, not a collection, so it's not taking you anywhere because you're already viewing the...
Screenshots are great.
Ok, couple of questions...
1. In your Folders panel screenshot, there's a bunch of 2014 folders that have question marks. Looking in Explorer, where do you find those folders now?
2. In your collections screenshots, if you right-click one of those folders and choose Go...
Can you see in the bottom row, there's a +/- icon on one of the photos? That shows that edits have been applied to that photo and stored non-destructively. I don't know whether that's the same photo you're looking for, but that's what to look for.
You might want to grab the free Quick Start...