When the Import dialog box is open, make sure you have expanded the Destination panel and selected a valid destination
Disconnect any phones, tablets, and other devices (except mouse, keyboard, hard disks)
Quit using a BETA operating system and it will probably work.
Thanks. Your ideas made me realize that somehow my destination panel was hidden. Still have the same issue. I tried rebooting and only having the external hard drive (Lacie) plugged into the thunderbolt port (everything else is unplugged) except for my monitor (HDMI port) and a wireless mouse receiver (USB). Issue persists.
I also tried importing to my local hard drive and not the external hard drive and the issue remains exactly the same.
I also tried downloading and reinstalling a fresh copy of Lightroom 6. Issue persists.
Can you use a wired mouse and turn off the wireless mouse?
Bob Somrak - as much as your response irritated me I think it's the correct one. I downgraded to the latest El Capitan non-Beta backup that I have and importing works fine now.
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Sorry if it sounded irritating as it wasn't meant to be. I should have made a little longer and informative reply as I had seen another thread on the forum about problems with Sierra but couldn't remember if this was the problem. Glad it is working now.
MAC OS 10.12 is not yet official,so Lightroom has not been tested on it.
Here is a list of known issues as of now.:- Known issues - Running Lightroom CC on macOS 10.12 Sierra
We recommend you to update to Lightroom 6.7/CC 2015.7 or remain on MAC OS current version.