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Who's Moving The Bar

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I Simonius

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Either I'm drunk or the bar's moving... :|

The bar under the histogram , I mean ;)

When I resize the LR workspace the small black bar under the hsitogram stays where ist was, sometimes returning to its correct loaction after a second or two

EDIT: Mac G5 dual 2.5 PPC 1'.4.9
 

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Hm... I just tried what you described (I think) and don't see what you are seeing. Can you post a more detailed description of what you are seeing, or maybe add a screenshot of the "black bar" that you refer to?
 
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Yep, that can happen as it can take some time to redraw things when LR is doing lots of tasks - sometimes unseen. Occasionally I have to restart to get proper functioning back. Optimising your catalog may also be a good idea.
 

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Yep, that can happen as it can take some time to redraw things when LR is doing lots of tasks - sometimes unseen. Occasionally I have to restart to get proper functioning back. Optimising your catalog may also be a good idea.

Ah... I have been careful to leave Lightroom alone when I feel like it needs to process lots of information. Maybe this is why I am not seeing what is being described here? Or maybe I'm just completely in the dark on this one...

...that's unfortunately possible. :?
 
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