- Go to Lightroom > Preferences.
- Click on the General tab
- Uncheck “Show ‘Add Photos’ Screen”Restart Lightroom
- Also please Go to the Preferences > Performance Tab, and uncheck "Use Graphics Processor "
- Restart Lightroom and see if it works.
Thanks for the response, but unfortunately I have already done these two
things from reading other suggestions online and it does not seem to have
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This "rollback" answer will have to stop. If you have less than 2Mb line speed as many of us in rural UK do, it just isn't practical.
You have a fundamental incompatability with El Capitan and tha latest Lightroom CC and you are going to have to fix it.
I have tried to raise this on several of your forums, and conveniently my replies get stuck in moderation
Hi. If we've just subscribed to LR can we still do the rollback thing and go to an older version, or are we stuck with what is proving to be a less than awesome program?
Yes, you may Roll Back to the prior version of Lightroom. That should not be an issue.
That's what they have been saying ever since El Capitan rolled out. Any idea yet of timescale for the solution?
All we can say at this moment is: issues have already been addressed to our seniors and engineering team is diligently working to get them fixed to bring much refined update for all our users.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused due to this.
Tell the Engineers we love them, and to just keep on till they've got it right, and tell the Accounts managers that they will have to get it right very soon or we will expect rebates on our monthly fees
Lightroom 6.3/CC 2015.3 is now available -- try updating to that version which includes the previous import functionality, bug fixes, and new camera/lens profile support: Lightroom CC 2015.3 / 6.3 now available
That would be interesting if Creative Cloud fired up. It just sits there spinning the progress wheel. Any ideas?
Please open Activity Monitor, and then select the process for Creative Cloud, end it also please end the Core Sync process .
Then reopen Creative Cloud, and check for updates
Closed CC & Core Sync then restarted CC. Still the same spinning device