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Nov 20, 2015 20:47 |  #16

Yea dumbing down a professional tool to appeal to non-professionals/serious amateurs is a mistake.... especially when they already have a beginner product in the form of Photoshop Elements (which already has a newbie guided edit mode). They should put big rounded "press me" buttons on to that and market it to beginners and leave Lightroom for the professionals.


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Nov 21, 2015 14:10 |  #17

I'm really thankful that Adobe took the backlash from their customers seriously and returned the original import screen. I thought they lost their minds when they introduced their new dumbed down approach.

Hopefully that they were able to do it without introducing a bunch of new bugs.


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Nov 25, 2015 10:37 |  #18

Bob_A wrote in post #17791786 (external link)
I'm really thankful that Adobe took the backlash from their customers seriously and returned the original import screen. I thought they lost their minds when they introduced their new dumbed down approach.

Hopefully that they were able to do it without introducing a bunch of new bugs.

I have thought they lost their collective mind long ago.


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