Two things. One 165 MB is approximately 0.3% of 50GB. Lightroom might well round this to zero. Second it used to be that Smart previews like the ones that Lightroom Classic syncs to the cloud do not count towards the storage limits. I do not know whether this is still true after the release of Lightroom CC but that might be the second part of the explanation.
Thanks for the reply. It seems that your response is plausible. I will wait for a few additional responses before I call yours the correct answer.
I am becoming more convinced that I am not quite smart enough to understand. And, how did it happen that these images went to LR CC? I did not do it purposely.
>And, how did it happen that these images went to LR CC?
Any collection set to sync in Lightroom Classic will show up automatically in LR CC. They sync to the same cloud storage.
I have marked your answer correct but I see little logic in this explanation.
I suppose my interest in LR CC has fallen well below the zero point.
Thanks for your effort, and if you get more info please post to this thread.
Well I think that the pix synced with Lightroom Classic to the cloud don't use the Cloud Storage. I have now 5344 pix synced with the cloud and it still tells me that 0MB of my 100GB are used. You can always work on your pix in Lightroom CC when they are in the Cloud, but when they come from Lightroom Classic, you only have the small Previews (about 2000pixels on the larger side) available if you want to use it in Photoshop. Otherwise only the editing is synced to the Cloud.