- Feb 1, 2010
- West Sussex, UK
- Lightroom Experience
- Lightroom Version
Thanks....and the original Tiffs are from where?
Victoria suggests maybe trying to sign out/sign in to the CC desktop app. Instructions are here:It's probably something I've done, I should be kept away from IT equipment
I may have found a related bug to the blinking image found above.Victoria suggests maybe trying to sign out/sign in to the CC desktop app. Instructions are here:
That's with Lightroom closed down. If it's still the same after restarting, close it again, sign out of the CC app again, but don't sign in yet. Instead logon to your Adobe account, you'll probably be still logged in, so do a logout/login again, then back to the CC desktop app, sign in again there, then start Lightroom again. Is it still the same?
The Adobe Creative Cloud Application Manager is required for all Creative Cloud apps. You should set the Adobe CC App Manager as a program that starts when you log on to Windows. While the CC App Manager is running, you may run all of the CC app that you are licensed. You do not need to be connected to the internet continuously, but the CC App Manager needs to be running and approximately every 30 days (99?) The App Manager will check in with Adobe via the internet to be sure that you have a valid license. So, always run the Adobe App Manager as a background task and run LR when ever you wish. The two programs are necessary for the Creative Cloud licensing to function for LR. An Internet connection is required for periodic revalidation but not necessarily need continuously.I don't know if I should post in this threat of a new one, but here goes: I've installed LR cc, and almost every time I boot up my computer and then attempt to load LR cc, the program does not load. I have to do a Control-alt-delete and close the program with the ask manager. The only fix seems to me to load the Adobe Creative Cloud app and enter my username and password. After that LR cc will load OK. But does that mean that I must always have an internet connection to use LR cc?
Cliff, our suggestion was for a different poster with a different issue! So are you saying you now have a different problem than what you started with (which was the problem with the "blinking images" on files previously worked in PS, yes)?Hi Jim, sorry it took me so long to respond. I did as you suggested, or as Victoria suggested, but it didn't make any difference.
Also, with Lightroom 5.7, whenever I opened the catalog, it would say it couldn't find the catalog and had a button to retry. Clicking the retry button once or twice, opened the catalog. With Lightroom CC, it does the same thing except that the retry button doesn't appear. It just stops right there.
Jeff, apologies for the delay, but finally got round to running some tests. Unfortunately, I'm not seeing the problem on either my Mac or Windows systems, GPU enabled and disabled.Hi Jim, yes, still the same.
Thank you Jim. I'm not sure where such a setting is, although I have heard that the Intel card is the default, and that the NVidia card only kicks in when a programme asks for it. For example in Photoshop CC the NVidia card is being used, automatically, without me telling the programme to choose it.Richard, which card is normally used by the system, i.e. for general use, not specifically for Lightroom? Is there a system setting which controls this?
BTW, it's not just the image that blinks, it is the LR panels also.