Noticing the following with NLP 2.1.2 and LR 9.3 (Camera RAW 12.3):
When you hit “convert negatives”, NLP 2.1.2 shortly shows the conversion progress bar and then comes up with the Edit screen, but nothing seems to have been converted: the picture still is showing as the negative in the Lightroom editing window.
You manually have to change the dropdown menu “Tones” from its default setting “Standard” to any other preset (and then eventually back to “Standard” if you need to), only then the conversion takes place (or at least, the preview is changed to reflect the conversion).
And: in the TIF copy creation, the “stack with…” option does not work. I cannot see the newly created TIF being stacked or at least being imported into the library. I have to manually synchronize the current folder in Lightroom, so the new TIF copy is imported…
Maybe, it’s my Mac Mini 2018, or the combination with an eGPU, or just Lightroom itself - I can’t tell.
Just wanted to let you know.
UPDATE: this only seems to happen with the Mac Mini 2018 - my MacBook Pro Retina late 2013 does not have this issue. Same OS X version (Mojave), same Lightroom version, working off the same catalogue (*.lrcat is synchronised between the two computers), same NLP version. All is the same but the computer.