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Edits in .on1 file not seen when raw file and .on1 file moved

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    I don't know why the edits are not showing up on the image copied to the alternatives folder. That is something you should report to tech support.

    Have you tried syncing the original image that still shows the edits with the copy image which does not?

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  • Martin Evans

    I'm not sure what you mean by "syncing". I have copied all the original files which show the edits into a sub directory and checked they are exact copies. Do you mean something else?

    I haven't reported it because I've only just discovered it and it has worked in the past.

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  • Martin Evans

    Very interesting.

    I edited the original (which shows the edits) and created a new version. I then performed some new edits, exported a jpeg and exited PR. I then copied the files again to a new folder and the edits were visible, even in the browser.

    I can't explain this unless the original was edited with a previous version of PR (which is possible as it was July when the photo was taken).

     

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Under the Settings menu is the command Sync Settings…. Choosing that command will present you with a dialog where you can specify what you want to sync.

    See page 94 in the User Guide for more information.

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  • Martin Evans

    Thanks. I'll try that next time this happens.

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  • Martin Evans

    BTW, copy/paste settings worked.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Yes, copy/paste is the same as Sync All. The Sync Settings… command allows you to control which settings to sync and whether or not to include any masks.

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    I was just doing some testing recently to see how sidecars work if they are restored from a backup. While the sidecar always has priority over the database, I found that On1 almost always won't see that the new sidecar is in place.

    I let one sit for most of the day to see how long it would take for On1 to see it and I eventually needed to shut down. The next day on startup it finally saw the new sidecar and displayed the changes in Browse.

    You can force it by refreshing the preview and if you open it in Edit the new sidecar will be read, but just letting On1 update itself isn't efficient and it's confusing.

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  • Bernd Meyer

    The reason is the CACHE ON1 Photo Raw keeps. Emptying the cache resolves that problem at leat for me!

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