Tom Hogarty from Adobe posted information about some issues with Lightroom 4 that Adobe are working on. These are the issues that were discovered after the release of Lightroom 4.
These are some of the issues in Lightroom 4 that Adobe are working on:
When Lightroom 3 came out, the Tone Curve panel added a “point curve” adjustment option. If you used the point curve adjustment in Lightroom 3 and you move your catalogue to Lightroom 4, you are going to loose the adjustment.
There may be some issues when launching third-party applications from within Lightroom, i.e. some people complained that they couldn’t launch Nik software using “Edit in…” The issue seems to appear on both platforms, and it’s connected with the third-party plug-ins and applications.
Edit in Photoshop may ask you for Camera Raw 7 plug-in, which is not available yet. The correct plug-in for Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS5 is Camera Raw 6.7.
A group of customers that ordered Lightroom 4 as a download, didn’t receive their serial numbers. If you are one of them, contact Jeff Tranberry, Chief Customer Advocate, with your order number and any support case numbers you have.
There were loads of questions regarding upgrading to Lightroom 4. You can upgrade to Lightroom 4 from any version of Lightroom – this is Lightroom 1, 2, and 3, and even including the education editions. Remember, you do not need to have a previous version of Lightroom installed on your computer. You just need your serial number. If you do have previous version installed on your computer, Lightroom will use it for upgrading.