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ColMac9090

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I do a lot of digitising by scanning of old photos, and for very real reasons, I choose to crop/rotate etc in Photoshop, often working on hundreds in a day.

I tend to select somewhere between 6 & 8 photos at a time in LR Classic, then edit Originals, returning to LR Classic to select another batch. When I do so I sometimes get an image which in grid view does not show the correct rotation (after its edit in PS). The edit has been saved as can be clearly seen if I switch to the develop module, but the Library module refuses to refresh the view.

If I exit the prog and restart, the image will show in its edited rotation, but I haven't found another way to force rthat refresh. Changing folders does not work, nor does changing modules.

As far as I can see there is not a refresh option anywhere in the menus, but I may have missed it.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to force that refresh.

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I'm not sure what the PS version of Crop/Rotate offers for you purposes that LrC doesn't, but that's not your question.

Usually if you either go to the Develop Module or to Loupe view at 100% it will refresh the preview. if that doesn't work, do a minor edit in the Develop module to see if that forces a refresh.
 

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I'm not sure what the PS version of Crop/Rotate offers for you purposes that LrC doesn't, but that's not your question.
It's nothing to do with what PS offers, I need the edit to be destructive!

I'll give those a try when the problem occurs next.

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There is an option in the Ps Crop tool to make the crop destructive.
There is indeed. Select the option to delete the cropped pixels in the toolbar
 
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