Since updating my subscription to Adobe for Photographers (Photoshop & Lightroom) I am having an issue when launching Photoshop 2022 from Lightroom v11.
If I right click on the image I'm working on in Lightroom and select 'Edit in Photoshop 2022' I am asked whether or not I want to edit a copy or the original (as I would expect).
If I select "Edit Original" everything works to plan, the image opens in Potoshop and I can proceed.
If I select either "Edit a Copy with Lightroom Adjustments" or "Edit a Copy" I have an issue. I can see the copy being created on the Film Strip at the bottom of the Lightroom screen, Photoshop starts up and stops at the launch screen but the image fails to open in photoshop.
If I wait for 2 or 3 minutes I recieve an error message in Lightroom: "The file could not be edited because Adobe Photoshop 2022 could not be launched"
If I then select 'OK' in the error message the image immediately opens in Photoshop and I can work away.
This morning an followup update to Photoshop 2022 (to Ver: 23.0.1) was installed and it made no difference. This afternoon Camera Raw also had a followup update to Version 14.0.1 and it has made no difference. The problem is still there.
Is this a bug or is there a some way I can fix the problem.
I'm using a Windows PC - Running Win 10 and it has 24gb of RAM
Based upon customer reports, most issues have been reported fixed by either the remediation steps and/or the installation of Photoshop 23.1, released Monday, December 13, 2021. Thank you for your patience.