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Rebuild Preview After External Edit

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I sharpened an image in Topaz Sharpen. I see the sharpening when looking at 1:1 in Library but it still appears fuzzy under Develop 1:1.

When I run Library->Previews to rebuild the Standard preview for the select image, it says "All standard previews were up to date".

I always get confused by which preview is used where. Is there someway I can get Develop to show the sharpened TIFF image?

Thanks
 
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The library module uses different previews than the develop module. The library module normally builds previews up to standard-sized, and when you zoom in to 100% it adds a 1:1 preview. The develop module previews can be redrawn by making a small adjustment, like clicking in the photo with the spot removal tool. After the preview has been rebuilt, you can delete your spot removal again.
 
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Thanks for the insight Johan. However, I went back in to try your technique but the preview in Develop 1:1 is now showing the sharpened TIFF image. I hadn't done anything to the image. While delayed, the preview was updated.
 
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