You need Lightroom 8.0.
The sometimes confusing Cloud updating process is correctly reporting that there are no updates for 7.5 but there is a brand new version 8.0 waiting in the Cloud desktop app, providing your operating system supports it.
Which operating system are you running?
If your copy of Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop App is reporting that your Creative Cloud applications are up to date, and up to date means v 7.5, well then your Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop application needs to be updated. In fact replaced. A new install. A problem occurred a few versions ago with just that situation.
Go to the Creative Cloud product web page and download a fresh new copy.
And after you have your new Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop up and running, make sure it is checking itshelf for updates:
Thanks John. I did wonder if there was an issue but the software told me the most recent version was installed. I am on a mac and all IOS updates available are installed. Any other ideas?
Thanks for your reply.
I have tried to reinstall the creative cloud just now and I am able to do a repair but if I need to do a fresh install it says I will need to uninstall the other adobe apps as the creative cloud is required. I don't really want to do that unless I'm absolutely sure its going to fix it.
With the repair, it seemed to install the app again anyhow but still the version for Lightroom classic CC shows an up-to-date version of v7.5, which is obviously not correct. Any other ideas?
I am on a mac and all IOS updates available are installed.
Can you confirm that? Exactly which operating system, and which version number, is listed?
Any other ideas?
Well, why did I not mention this earlier. (edit/opps, I did, did not mean to be snide)
A couple of version upgrades back, for the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop Application, an issue was resolved. Turns out it was reporting the Creative Cloud Apps as up to date when in fact they were not.
Solution is to update the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop.