LR is designed as a single-computer, single-user system. The easiest way to "sync" files between multiple computers is to put the catalog (and optionally the images) on an external drive and move the drive from computer to computer as needed. That way you are not trying to "share" anything; each computer is using the one real catalog.
Thanks for your reply. That is basically what I am doing. I have complete copies of all images on 2 hard disks that are networked and I keep my Library on a separate HD since it does not work on the network. Everything works perfectly except for the Collection Feature. A little while ago, I got a "waiting for connection" when I tried to sync something. I checked that discussion, and apparently there is a big issue with Collections syncing. Maybe that is the problem. They say it should be fixed soon. Thanks.
Thanks for your response. Basically I am doing exactly what you suggest, except I have two hard drives that duplicate each other on a network-one at home and the other at work. The Library is on a separate hard drive which I take back and forth.
Everything works perfectly except the Mobile Lightroom syncing with Collections. I have read a different discussion that says that Adobe has quite a few issues with mobile sync. I am assuming that mine is one.
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Camm Morton MBA, CEPA
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