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Subject: Re: Lightroom Classic CC problem
Date: Fri, 09 Feb 2018 09:01:26 -0500
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In article<>, Eric Stevens<> wrote:

> >> I have yet to hear back from Adobe. In the meantime I am trying to
> >> sort out Crash Reporter. Life would be easier if it worked.
> >
> >welcome to windows.
> You frequently accuse other people of being 'bashers' when they raise
> questions about Apple.

they don't 'raise questions'. they spew the usual myths.

> In the last week you have been regularly bashing Windows on even the
> flimsiest of excuses.


i'm bashing *your* claim that you have had no problems since windows
2k, but then go on to talk about various problems, this being yet
another one.

> Lightroom is not Windows software: otherwise it would not also being
> running on Apple. Lightroom is Adobe software.

in *your* case, it's running on windows. 

several people on this newsgroup use lightroom (and photoshop and other
multi-platform software) on macs and don't have the problems you're

> If you weren't so busy sharpening your club you would have noticed my
> problems are within the Adobe domain. LR will run with a new catalog
> but crashes with my old catalog. 

that doesn't necessarily mean the problem is with lightroom.

you are giving windows a free pass, before you've even identified the
cause of the problem.