Model Name: MacBook Pro
Model Identifier: MacBookPro11,3
Processor Name: Intel Core i7
Processor Speed: 2.3 GHz
Number of Processors: 1
Total Number of Cores: 4
L2 Cache (per Core): 256 KB
L3 Cache: 6 MB
Memory: 16 GB
Boot ROM Version: MBP112.0138.B15
SMC Version (system): 2.19f12
May i know when does the Lightroom is crashing.
importing...exporting...anything i do with it crashes it...
it worked perfectly before the update...
can i go back to 6.1...
Please go to the preferences of the Lightroom , under the general tab uncheck the option which says"Show Add photos screen"
I have the same issue...working on an iMac 10.10.5 Yosemite....Lightroom is crashing and not able to open. Was on phone with customer service for over 1 hour today, tried everything and still not working...Photoshop...same issue...supervisor at Adobe could not figure out the problem but will get back to me on this.
My question is this...for all the photographers using an apple computer for their photos on Lightroom...how could Adobe not seen this glitch. It's almost like they rushed out this update?
All my friends on Lightroom are having the same issue.
I have not upgraded to El Capitan because of many issues reported but I figured this update may help but did the opposite.
Victoria Bampton and Laura Shoe, authors of LR books and training, both advise not to upgrade to 6.2 / 2015.2 and, if you have upgraded, to revert back. See the article above.
Three things to try:
- Turn off the new Add Photos option. Go to the Preferences dialog > General tab and uncheck the Show ‘Add Photos’ screen checkbox.
- Reset your Lightroom preferences by holding down the Alt + Shift (Windows) / Option + Shift (Mac) keys while opening Lightroom. The timing though is tricky. Hold these keys down immediately after clicking/double-clicking on application launch icon. Don't forget to set up all of your preferences again though, especially the super important Automatically Write to XMP setting, if you have to reset things.
- Roll back to Lightroom CC 2015.1.1 or Lightroom 6.1.1.
Click here for a complete video tutorial on how to roll back if needed.
that seems to have worked...LR6 is grinding out Adobe98 JPEGS like it always does...thx...db
unchecked the show add photos box in the general preferences...and closed and restarted LR6...so far so good...