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Hi why is there a change in aspect ratio in library and develop mode ?

library - http://i.imgur.com/evKXrBZ.png

develop - http://i.imgur.com/jrnyECx.jpg

How do I reset it to get back to the original aspect ratio so that I can see it better and work on it.

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Too late to try, but if it happens again, change the Navigator from "Fit" to Fill or 1:1 and back again.

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Whatever you did, Lightroom makes it easy to reset. Open the History stack and just click on the lowest item which is Import IIRC. That shows you the original image. Any change you make at that point will be performed on the original image and that will clear the rest of the history.

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If this fails and you are OK to reset it. I'd recommend you just delete it from Lightroom (only and not on disk) and re-import it. It might save you time digging through settings which may have caused this.

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No that dint work : here is the screenshot... it still remains the same : i.imgur.com/AbgwRgt.jpg –  abhilash sukumari Apr 13 '13 at 17:21
    
@abhilashsukumari Does it happen with just this image or all or several? If neither all nor just one, what would be common among those? –  Itai Apr 13 '13 at 18:12
    
Just this Image :( –  abhilash sukumari Apr 13 '13 at 18:15
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@abhilashsukumari - If you are OK to reset it. I'd recommend you just delete it from Lightroom (only and not on disk) and re-import it. It might save you time digging through settings which may have caused this. –  Itai Apr 13 '13 at 18:28
    
That worked thank you :) –  abhilash sukumari Apr 13 '13 at 19:57

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