1 person found this helpful
Try disabling GPU support in Edit> Preferences> Performance.
If that doesn't resolve the issue try some of the suggestions at this similar post: Lightroom brightens screen but not Photoshop
Hi already tried disabling the Graphics processor, will go through that link now. Thanks for reply so far.
Checked all in that link, my settings are the same as requested in both PS and LR.
I also re-installed the Intel and nvidia card drivers, but still same story.
This is really driving me nuts, any other suggestions?
I can edit and when for example on p/shop when selecting the save option, when the image return back to lightrroom it is way over saturated. But then in library it is still perfect. The only way I can get it to display correct, is that I have to close lightroom and restart it.
Are you saying the Edit in PS image returned in the LR Develop module is over-saturated, but it (i.e. the same edit in PS file) looks OK when switching back to the Library module? But when you close and reopen LR then the 'Edit in PS' file looks good and the same in both the Library and Develop modules? Can you post a screenshot of the over-saturated image in the Develop module for clarification.
First thing to try is reset the LR Preferences file. Close LR, go to the below folder location and rename the Preferences file Lightroom 6 Preferences.agprefs.OLD. This will cause LR to create a new default Preferences settings file.
C:\Users\[user name]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Lightroom\Preferences\Lightroom 6 Preferences.agprefs
Try Edit in PS again and see if the issue is fixed.