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Lightroom Classic won't edit in Photoshop, greyed out options

New Here ,
Aug 07, 2021 Aug 07, 2021

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I have a MacBook Air and recently my LrC has greyed out "edit in Photoshop" even after the following: 

 

1. Macbook is 100% updated with macOS Big Sir 11.5.1 

2. Uninstalled both LrC and PS 

3. Reinstalled both LrC and PS and made sure both were fully updated. 

 

- "edited in Photoshop" is still greyed out and not available to edit LrC photos in PS. 

 

HELP!!! 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 07, 2021 Aug 07, 2021

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Check these points-

1) You have actually selected (highlighted) photos to edit. (would be rare!)

2) Check the selected photos are not 'Missing'. ie. marked with a [!] or the folder marked [?]

3) Check you are not using only Smart Previews. The original full-size files need to be attached and available.

If those are OK, check this link-

https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/kb/edit-photoshop-command-missing-photoshop.html?sdid=952G...

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.4, Photoshop 22.5, Lightroom 4.4, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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Aug 10, 2021 Aug 10, 2021

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I have the "edit in PS" button greyed out when I have two or more photos selected.  It isn't greyed out when I only have one photo selected.  I have reinstalled both LR and PS without seeing any change.  This feature worked fine a few months ago.  Please help.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 10, 2021 Aug 10, 2021

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I cannot reproduce your problem in Lightroom-Classic.

Are you updated to v10.3 of Lightroom-Classic?

Or are you using Lightroom-Desktop v4.3 (Which DOES have the 'one image' restriction.)?

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.4, Photoshop 22.5, Lightroom 4.4, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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Aug 11, 2021 Aug 11, 2021

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@Tylan0D4D wrote:

I have the "edit in PS" button greyed out when I have two or more photos selected.  It isn't greyed out when I only have one photo selected.  I have reinstalled both LR and PS without seeing any change.  This feature worked fine a few months ago.  Please help.



That sounds like you are using Lightroom (the cloud based version), not Lightroom Classic. Lightroom can only send one photo to Photoshop at a time.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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I have the "edit in PS" button greyed out when I have two or more photos selected. 

 

By @Tylan0D4D

 

Please show us a screen shot, if you are truly seeing this in Lr Classic.

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