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I'm having a problem with the develop module using the adjustment brush. I haven't had any other problems with any other modules.

It can take Lightroom up to 2 seconds to catch up with the mouse, and when it does, it usually takes a a direct route to the cursor, rather than follow the route I have tried to select. After I have released the mouse button, the brush then continues to follow the cursor around the screen.

I never had this problem when I first installed the program, so after having a look around, I have moved the cache and increased the size to 10GB. This increased the speed marginally, but the problem continues. I also tried a different mouse to ensure that it wasn't the problem.

Apologies if this has been covered before, I did have a look through some other topics, but couldn't find any specific to my problem. Thank you.

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Are you using LR2 or LR3 Beta?

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Lightroom is pretty poorly coded IMO. ACR is much quicker unfortunately.

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Lightroom 2.

I find Lightroom much better in terms of workflow that Bridge + ACR. Lightroom uses the same coding for the RAW development as ACR.

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Well bridge isn't that great I would never use it. But lightroom is very limited once you get passed basic color treatment. The adjustment brush is laughable. I find myself exporting to photoshop much more than i'd like to.

Post #5, May 27, 2010 09:37:00


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I tend to stick to basic colour adjustments so Lightroom suits me.

Building 1:1 previews seems to have quickened it up, but it still jumps to where my cursor is when I'm not hold the mouse button.

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