I'm on Window up to date version.
Since Photoshop latest update I can no longer use "open as layers in Photoshop". Photoshop open the first one and then the it stops. No error messages.
Both Photoshop and Lightroom are up to date. I'v always use it with no issues and it was also very fast on my pc.
I know I can open the single files and drag/duplicate them but it is a pain and really time consuming especially when you have many pictures to focus stack.
Any help please?
Thanks a lot,
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Try resetting the preferences of Lightroom Classic: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/help/setting-preferences-lightroom.html
Backup your preferences prior to resetting the preferences:
If this doesn't help we need more informations about your environment.
Please post the exact version and not only phrases as "recent", "latest" and so on.
Thank you for getting back to me, I've reset Lightroom CC preferences but unfortunately it did not help.
Windows 10 Pro Vers 21H1
Lighroom CC Version 11.2 licence Creative Cloud
Processor AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Six-core 3.20 GHz
RAM 32.0 GB
64-bit operating system x64 -based processor
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Another try to reset the preferences of Photoshop using the steps described here:
Please backup your settings before resetting the preferences. You can check:
Do you work with Smartpreviews? If yes, make sure, that in case you will edit the pictures in Photoshop the original file must be accessible.
I've reset PS preferences and the problem is sorted now.
Thank you very much for the assistance Alex!
I'm having this issue as well since the 11.3.1 update. My workflow hasn't changed, but when I select photos I want to stack in LRC, they don't open when Open as Layers in Photoshop is selected. OS X M1 Silicon. From Photoshop, I can still use the Load Files into Stack sucessfully but that is not my preferred workflow...
Can you clarify why resetting the preferences is a troubuleshooting step here?
... Can you clarify why resetting the preferences is a troubuleshooting step here?
Not really. Because I don't know which values are stored in the prederences. It's possible that there's a wrong entry in one of the preference files that's responsible for such issues.
With resetting the preferences you started with the default values and in many cases the issues has gone.
Solved. After the last update to either Photoshop or OS X, Full Disk Access was revoked (unchecked) in OS X preferences. This happens a lot by the way...
Under Privacy/Full Disk Access, Photoshop is listed but unchecked. Check the box (again, this happens after updates) and all is working.
OS X 12.3.1 M1