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Lightroom Classic not handing off photos to Photoshop

Community Beginner ,
Oct 23, 2022 Oct 23, 2022

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For at least the past 2 or 3 months I have been dealing with a very frustrating glitch and I haven't found a solution or received help from Adobe.  This is my third attempt.

 

When I try to transfer a file from Lightroom Classic to Photoshop using the Photo>Edit In>Edit In Photoshop 2023, Photoshop launches put the file I am trying to move does not open.  Right now I am using the updated versions of Lightroom Classic and Photoshop, but this was a problem prior to the 2023 updates.  The work around has been to install an old version of Photoshop.  Experimenting a little, it doesn't seem to make a difference which older version I choose, it just needs to be an older version.

If I am the only person reporting this problem, I presume there has to be something going on with my operating system. (?)  All of that is updated and seems fine.  Windows 10 Home.  I don't know why the operating system would trigger a bug like this.

I am on a Dells XPS 17 with Windows 10 Home, 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor, 32 GB ram...

Any ideas?

 

Thanks.

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Oct 23, 2022 Oct 23, 2022

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Hi @W. Shane Schmidt, I'm sorry to hear about the continued trouble you've been having. Opening cold from Lightroom Classic (12.0 Release) to Photoshop 24.0.0 is working correctly for me so far (Windows 10).

 

Going step-by-step, do you first see this dialogue box with the three choices when you try Edit In >, either from the top Photo menu or by right-clicking on the image to open? If so, which of the three are you selecting? If you have multiple versions of either Photoshop or Lightroom installed on your system, how are your default app settings configured in Bridge? Are all of your Windows file associations set properly?

 

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Oct 25, 2022 Oct 25, 2022

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I have exactly the same problem, Mac OS Monterey

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Community Beginner ,
Oct 26, 2022 Oct 26, 2022

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I have been using Photoshop with Lightroom Classic for several years and this is a recent problem.  I am not aware of any changes that I have made to any settings.  However, I don't get the dialogue box that asks which version I want to edit...it has always just opened a copy with Lightroom adjustments.  I haven't used Bridge in years...I fall back on Lightroom.

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Oct 26, 2022 Oct 26, 2022

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If this was my issue, I would un-install PS, restart the computer and re-install PS via the Creative Cloud App. That way, I think it's more likely that LrC will be aware of PS being present.

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