Opening Luminar AI requires NAS Connection

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    Anastasiia Moore

    Hi Dominik Morfeld,

    Are your photos marked with the triangle with the exclamation mark?

    The thing is that your Luminar doesn't physically save photos in its Catalog but only establishes a connection with the files located on your internal/thumb/cloud drive and loses track of the photos' location when:

    • you rename the images (while the app is closed),
    • move them to another location on your drive,
    • disconnect the external drive if the images reside on the external drive

    When Luminar loses track of the images' location, the Edit tab will be unavailable like in your case.

    Since you mentioned that you'd like to start with a new Catalog now, please proceed with the following: 

    1. Make sure Luminar AI is closed.
    2. Locate your Luminar AI Catalog folder. The default location is %username%\Pictures\. If you specified a custom location for your catalog, search your custom location.
    3. Rename the Luminar AI Catalog folder. Choose any name you like.
    4. Open Luminar Catalog folder, locate Luminar Catalog file with .luminarai extension and make sure to rename it as well. 
    5. Launch Luminar and choose to create a new catalog.
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