I've been using Lightroom for about a year now, having been forced onto it form Aperture given its discontinuation. Noting that Lightroom is at version 5.7 vs. Aperture's version 3, I honestly expected a much more refined product. And while I'll spare myself a long post listing the flaws in its design, and other, rather illogical interface issues, one problem that has continued to plague me is the duplicate thumbnail error, which continues to be present in the latest version of Lightroom.
I am referring to thumbnails in the bottom thumbnail strip erroneously displaying two identical thumbnails, when in fact, one of them is a different image completely.
If anyone has any resources available on how to remedy this, or rather, how to bring this to the attention of Adobe's engineers via a channel other than this forum, I would greatly appreciate it guys.
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MICHAEL KORMOS PHOTOGRAPHY™, New York
Repost this in the official Adobe feedback forum: Recently active topics in Photoshop Family about Photoshop Lightroom. It has a higher probability of being read by Adobe employees there than in this user-to-user forum. (Though based on the experience of the last few years, the likelihood of it getting fixed is pretty low.)