Today Adobe released a release candidate for Lightroom 5.3,
which I believe fixes the nasty Lr5 Publish/Selection bug I've written about. If you give 5.3RC a try, let me know whether it seems to be fixed for you as well...
I could reproduce the issue consistently with 5.2 (and ealier) and with 5.3RC it’s gone, yay!
Since the new Version Flickr Export do not work and I get this message:
Yielding is not allowed within a C or metamethod call
Please update; a bad version was out there for a few minutes, but a newer one followed quickly. —Jeffrey
There is still very similar bug in 5.3RC (has been around since 5.0).
Here’s link to one discussion about topic: http://forums.adobe.com/message/5836170
Hi, facebook plug in tell me when i was adding a new album… Error reply from facebook: An unsuspected error has occured. Please retry your request later.
I was requesting but it does not work.
Sounds like a common hiccup from Facebook… trying the same thing again often works. If it remains persistently broken over time, perhaps send a log with details… —Jeffrey
Hi, facebook plugin tell me: Missing destination cookies.
The Facebook plugin has discovered corruption in the catalog plugin settings.
How i can fix my both problems?
Yikes, this one is worse… see this FAQ. —Jeffrey
Yep, I am happy that this bug got fixed. I noted your initial OMG-it-ate-the-file post well over a year ago, and put off upgrading. If it is now stable, I shall upgrade to Lr 5.5 before the Lr 6 program possibly disappears behind the cloud next month (March 2015). Thanks.
It’s been stable for some time now. —Jeffrey
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