Sometimes the CC Desktop app gets a little confused. Try logging out and back in using your Adobe ID.
If that does not help, use the manual link in JSM's post above.
Thanks for the reply! I do use the CC desktop app, and that is where I got stuck. It says that it is up to date - the only option I see is to uninstall it.
I followed the link and that only seems to be for a non CC download. I just got access to a faster internet connection so I might uninstall it and then reinstall.
Thanks - I tried that, but no change. - Doug
The CC subscription and standalone versions of Lightroom are the same program, just different licensing data. There is only one install program and only one set of patches for both.
If you go the route of uninstall and re-install, it is a two step process:
- install the 6.0 (2015.0) version of LR
- install the update to the current version (6.10.1 or 2015.10.1)
Use the CC App to remove Lightroom. Then use it to install Lightroom's current version.
I used your suggestion once I had more bandwidth and it worked as we would want. Thanks!
I found a device named MyWebSpot before I saw your note about LR being the same in CC or Stand Alone mode. MyWebSpot had a solid 4G connection and my BW went from .4 Mbps to 28 Mbps - removing a lot of the risk. I tried John's recommendation before I read your note and it worked. So I got two solutions and learned something - not bad!