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P: Images with keyword disappears after edit in Photoshop

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Explorer ,
Jan 11, 2022 Jan 11, 2022

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Hello,

not sure if this has allready been mentioned. 

When I fill in a keyword that has for example 2 psd-images, click on the arrow to view the 2 images and edit one in Photoshop. Then I save the image and return to Lightroom to see that the image has dissapeared. I can still see there are 2 images with that specific keyword but I am not able to see the image I just edited in Photoshop. 

One solution is restarting Lightroom, but it's quite annoying to keep restarting Ligtroom every time.

Anyone with a similar problem or a fix maybe? I am using a Macbook Pro with all the latest updates.

Thanks!

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Adobe Employee , Jan 18, 2022 Jan 18, 2022

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LEGEND ,
Jan 11, 2022 Jan 11, 2022

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I see the same bug. Steps to reproduce:

 

1. Go to Library Grid view and select All Photographs in the Catalog panel.

 

2. Select a raw photo and assign the keyword XXX to it.

 

3. In the Keyword List, hover over XXX and click the arrow to the right of it, open the Metadata browser's Keyword column with XXX selected.

 

4. In the Metadata browser, click the dropdown menu next to Keyword and change the column to Edit.

 

5. In the Metadata browser, click the dropdown menu again and change the column back to Keyword, and select XXX.

 

6. Do Photo > Edit In > Edit In Photoshop and then save the file from Photoshop.

 

7. Observe that in the both the Metadata > Keyword column and in the Keyword List, XXX now shows a count of 2, but only the original raw is showing, not the PSD or TIFF saved by PS.

 

8. Restart LR.

 

9. Observe that the PSD or TIFF is now shown in Grid view.

 

The problem doesn't occur when using the Text filter Caption Contains Words XXX.

 

I've attached a screen recording of these steps.  Tested on LR 11.1 / Mac OS 11.6.

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LEGEND ,
Jan 11, 2022 Jan 11, 2022

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Moderators, @Rikk Flohr: Photography, please move to Bugs.

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LEGEND ,
Jan 11, 2022 Jan 11, 2022

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Another workaround, which doesn't require restarting LR, is to use the Any Tag plugin's Filter By Keyword command rather than clicking the arrow to the right of the keyword in the Keyword List.

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Explorer ,
Jan 14, 2022 Jan 14, 2022

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Thank you.

 

However John, what you are reproducing is not exactly what I mean. I have also made a screen recording. That will show better what I mean (Sorry for the Photoshop part in the Dutch language. The only thing I do is save the image.

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Jan 18, 2022 Jan 18, 2022

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Updating status - adding bug number 

Rikk Flohr - Customer Advocacy: Adobe Photography Products
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Jan 18, 2022 Jan 18, 2022

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This looks like a very, very old bug that was there since Lightroom 4 or so... I mostly work with keywords for my main selections. So working on a series a keyword filter is applied. When editing in Photoshop a TIFF )or PSD file is created (before editing in Ps or afterwards in the newer LrC versions). Keywords are correctly assigned to that new file, but Lightroom does not 'see' that there is a new file matching the keyword filtering. Work-around I always use: switch filters off and apply them again, the new file will show up then. Maybe this can help resolving this very old bug...!!

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