search the forum.... plenty of threads about this.
This is a known issue with the latest Lightroom release.
As a workaround please make sure that you only have RAW files in the folder which he/she is trying to sync.
Also, make sure you have the "Show import dialog" option checked under Lightroom Preferences> general tab.
Thank you for the reply.
This is extremely frustrating as it disrupts my whole workflow! Is it worth
reverting back to a previous version, or will this be sorted soon?
On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 7:35 PM, Chetna Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Is it worth reverting back to a previous version, or will this be sorted soon?
LR CC 2015.2 has many, many problems. Today's release of 2015.2.1 only fixes some of them. If you want to get work done, my recommendation, and that of many others, is to revert back to CC 2015.1.1 and let other users beta-test Adobe's mess. Instructions to revert: How do I roll back to Lightroom 2015.1.1 or Lightroom 6.1.1?
Did find a work around to Synchronise the folder,
1. Right click on folder you wish to synchronise in the navigator
2. Click on "Import to this folder . . ."
3. Then browse the computer and select folder
4. Lightroom will then count forward and then backwards listing the number of missing files.
5. Click import if there is any un synchronised files
DId find this worked to update file structure. Synchronise the folder seemed to correct deleted files and folders but not additions. Hope they get it fixed soon.
Another issue is that it appears to be missing the option of when importing files to have seperate import presets for 2 different people using the same catalogue. Worked well in previous versions. And while we are on missing features is the ability to customise the date structure on import to yyyy_mm_dd it does give me yyyy-mm-dd as a number of other camera program use this structure and it would be nice to not have to change.