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Thanks to Boudewijn for this thread,
Hopefully Adobe fixes this bug quickly
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Have you filed a bug report in the official Adobe feedback forum: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/categories/photoshop_family_photoshop_ligh troom ? Adobe product developers don't participate in this forum. The more you can narrow down the bug, the more likely Adobe will be to fix it. Ideally, provide a very short Lua script that can be run via the LR Scripts menu (the shorter the better), and include a description of the popularity of your plugin (external references would help).
I remembered a previous conversation with another developer in the LR SDK forum that immediately pointed to where the problem lies. See details I posted to the bug report: Lightroom SDK: LrDevelopController broken in languages other than English, German, Swedish | Photoshop Family Customer C…That post also contains a workaround.
Please add details about your plugin and why it's important to get it fixed for your users. Adobe generally doesn't pay much attention to SDK bugs unless they judge a large number of users are affected.
Please continue discussion in the bug report. Also, in the future, the LR SDK forum is the better place to post about such issues (and look for solutions).
Thanks Boudewijn for this!, I use Lightroom in Spanish language, and I have problems.
It is a sadness that adobe is launching programs without testing, not even launch applications in BETA versions, to alert users. On top we pay a membership which lately is giving us great headaches and fear every time a new update comes out.
And it´s a embarrassment that adobe haven´t a good communication with the thirds programmers.
Make sure you add your me-too vote to the bug report in the official Adobe feedback forum: Lightroom SDK: LrDevelopController broken in languages other than English, German, Swedish | Photoshop Family Customer C… Adobe product developers don't actively participate in this forum, but they do in the feedback forum.