Edit in Photoshop grayed out in Lightoom

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Hello.....I am using Lightroom Classic 10.0 and Photoshop 2021.  When I  want to move a photo from LR to PS using the "Edit In" feature, the selection is grayed out.  I have uninstalled both and reinstalled both applications and it is still not working.  I have tried opening PS first and then LR, and it still doesn't work.   When I look under LR Preferences - External Editing - it shows Adobe Photoshop 2021.   Any help would be greatly appreciated!  Thanks! Lee

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Are the images you select to [Edit-In] Ps marked with a [!] as "Missing"? Is the Folder with the images marked with a [?] "Missing"? Do you use Smart Previews?  Under the Histogram does it indicate 'Smart Preview' only?

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Are the images you select to [Edit-In] Ps marked with a [!] as "Missing"?

Is the Folder with the images marked with a [?] "Missing"?

Do you use Smart Previews?  Under the Histogram does it indicate 'Smart Preview' only?

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.2, Photoshop 22.3, Lightroom 4.2, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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Thank you....that was my problem, it was a smart preview only.  Appreciate the feedback! 🙂

 

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