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Image count: 615 of 918, can't find the missing 261

mikecox

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Never mind! I figured it out, I had collapsed stacks. As soon as I cleared them all the images appeared!

In Explorer, there are 918 images in the folder.

In Lr Library that's the number that displays next to the folder count. However, when I select all the image in the Library folder the count shows as 657 or 918.


I opened the Metadata filter and it indicates that there are 657 images selection; that matches the number of images in the Lr Folder, except that number is 657 of 918 in the count that displays just above the filmstrip!

The metadata filter, with All keywords, labels, Cameras and lenses selected shows 657. It is not seeing the missing 261 images that reside in the folder and that Lr is seeing but not selecting.

I tried Sync which didn't help. I tried Import but all the images are marked as imported.

How do I find the missing 261 images that don't select with Ctrl-A?
 
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Likely to be collapsed stacks. Try Photo menu > Stacking > Expand All Stacks
 

mikecox

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Likely to be collapsed stacks. Try Photo menu > Stacking > Expand All Stacks
Wow, you got the jump on me! After posting this question that occurred to me, and of course, you were right!
 
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