As the title says, just befre an update everything worked fine. When I hit CMD+E on my mac, it would open a window asking me if I wanted to edit a copy, the original or with the Lightroom Adjustments but that is no longer the case. Only when I hit CMD+Option+E the window appears but that is only for Luminar4 and gives me no option for Photoshop.
The temporary fix that I am doing is saving the XMP data to the file by selecting it and hitting CMD+S and then hitting CMD+E and it opens it in photoshop with all of the adjusements fine.
The problem is that there were cahnges made to the RAW file within Lightroom. Color, saturation and profile colors were changed and I wanted to edit with those changes and adjustements already made in photoshop. When I hit, edit in photoshop, it just opens the unotouched RAW file without any adjustments.
So changes to the raw have to be rendered into a new version. It's a 'raw' edit.
Edits you make in Photoshop and land back into LR are not raw any longer. So if you 'edit' the raw, that's a different document and data.
IOW, what you want, an edit with Photoshop edits along with newer edits to the raw can't be done. You draw a line in the sand when you tell LR to edit in Photoshop; that raw and edits are rendered so you can actually open it in Photoshop. You make edits in Photoshop, it's now a TIFF (or whatever you setup in prefs), it is no longer raw. The original raw exists of course. And you can edit that and again open it in Photoshop but the other edits from Photoshop 'live' in another document.
Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management" (pluralsight.com)