Video 23 – Library Grid Part 1 (27:05) You cannot view this unit as you're not logged in yet. Post navigationPrevious post: Video 22 – Metadata Panel (40:54)Next post: Video 24 Library Gird Part 2 (20:41) 7 thoughts on “Video 23 – Library Grid Part 1 (27:05)” steveparaglider March 4, 2020 Hey Steve. Love the videos. Re thumbnails. I have a number of thumbnails in grid view that do not contain any image nor filename. They don’t open to any image in Loupe view either. I can’t seem to delete them in any way and I can’t find them in Windows File Explorer. This issue had only realised itself in recent months since , I think, my last update. Any advice please? Reply Steve_Perry March 7, 2020 Wish I knew – Lightroom will do that sometimes if it doesn’t recognize the photo format, but I’m not sure why it won’t let you remove them. I hate to say it, but this is one you should probably ask Adobe. Reply steveparaglider March 29, 2020 Ahhh .. I knew you would say that Steve … never mind. At least you have experienced that problem also. I hope you are keeping up with all your endeavours. The quality and clarity of your pics are amazing. Keep making the videos and I’ll keep buying them. Thanks. Steve P (Australia) Reply WARWICK ATKINSON May 14, 2020 OK. I guess the problem I’m having is only answerable by Adobe but.. Set for Common Photo Settings but has no effect on showing the camera settings. Reply WARWICK ATKINSON May 14, 2020 Do not ring Adobe support. It reminds me of my ARES radio days with weak and distorted signals. I feel sad for the operators. Reply Stan Walker December 2, 2020 If you arrange photos manually in Grid View and then export them, can you have them end up in the designated folder in the same order? Reply Steve_Perry December 4, 2020 I don’t think so – folder and file order is determined more by the computer than by whatever software wrote the files. Reply Leave a Reply to steveparaglider Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.