Updated to Mac OS12 ( Monterey ) and updated both Lightroom Classic 10 to version 11 and Photoshop to Photoshop 2022 Version 23.0.0 along with Camera Raw which is now showing as Version 14.0 in my list of apps.
However when choosing to edit an image from LR into PS 2022 I get a message " This version of Lightroom may require the Photoshop Camera Raw plug in version 14.0 for full compatibility. Please update the Camera Raw plug in using the update tool in the Photoshop help menu"
I didn't see an update tool when I opened the help tab.
Usually I take the image in with the " Edit a copy with lightroom adjustments" option applied but it is not transferring my LR edits into PS 2022. The image that then opens in PS is flat and without the adjustments made in Lightroom showing.
When in Photoshop 2022 and I look in the "About plug ins" tab it says that it is Camera Raw version 188.8.131.522
So on the screen that says all my apps are up to date it says Camera Raw is V14.0 and when I look in the "about plug ins" section that it is 184.108.40.2062.
I am considering uninstalling my version of Photoshop 2022 and reinstalling it.. Can this be done and is it safe to do so?
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worked for me too, thanks!
Didn't work for me. I tried it few times. This is really messing with my workflow. This has been a periodic problem since 2017! Fix it dudes!
It showed up with the instalation of Mac Monterey last week. I never do these new OS when theyare new because of issues like this.
Help me brother!
Hi @Kirk Gittings, would you mind telling us the version of Lightroom Classic & Photoshop you're using? If you're using the latest version of Photoshop & Lightroom Classic, please check if the issue described in the conversation below:
If this is the issue you're experiencing, please try the workaround suggested in the thread.