From: Eric Stevens <>
Subject: Re: Lightroom Classic CC problem
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On Fri, 09 Feb 2018 12:40:23 -0500, nospam<nospam@nospam.invalid>

>In article<>, Tony Cooper
><> wrote:
>> >> 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
>> >having.
>> >
>> Logic fail. 
>> There are also several people in this group - including
>> this one - using LR and Windows who don't have the problem he's
>> having.
>so what? that doesn't rule out windows, and you don't push things very
>hard anyway. 
>again, the point is that even though he continually runs into various
>problems, he dismisses windows as being a factor in any of them.

Who said anything about 'continually'?
>the reality is that overall, windows has more problems (and ones that
>are harder to resolve) and requires more maintenance than macos does.


Eric Stevens