Let us know if that helps.
From the tutorial: "Lens correction for all Micro 4/3 (MFT) lenses and cameras, including Panasonic and Olympus cameras, and other cameras (including Fuji X, Leica Q, plus many point-and-shoot models from Canon) happens automatically without any interaction by the customer."
I'm still not sure if I should click on REMOVE CHROMATIC ABBERATION of if that is included in the above.
You can enable Remove Chromatic Aberration and see if it helps or not.
If you have LR CC 2015 or LR 6 you can DISABLE Enable Profile Corrections and look at the bottom of the Lens Correction area for a message about lens corrections already having been performed, then click on the circle-i to see what specific corrections are being automatically applied. Sometimes CA is corrected, sometimes not, and whether or not it is, you can also enable the Remove CA checkbox and have it removed more or differently. You should be able to tell if it's helping by zooming into 100% and looking at the corners for where there is fine detail or edges because these are the areas most likely to show CA.