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Photoshop versions not showing in external editor

New Here ,
Apr 29, 2023 Apr 29, 2023

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I have PS 2023, PS beta and lightroom classic installed. Updated versions.

In LRC external editor,

Only PS 2023 is available.

When I edit from lrc to ps, PS beta opens.

I uninstaller all 3 and kept preferences.

I then installed PS 2023 then PS beta and LR classic last.

But still in the external editor dropdow, only PS 2023 showing.

Still if I edit from lrc to PS, PS beta opens

 

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May 01, 2023 May 01, 2023

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PS beta will conflict with the automation between LR and PS. It lists PS2023 but will launch the beta- being the most recent version. You can go into your File properties and change the application that opens but if this is a major issue, I'd uninstall the beta and preserve 2023.

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May 01, 2023 May 01, 2023

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Thanks Kevin,

I will just leave as I like photoshop beta., maybe a fix will come later.

I also note that if I open ps2023 then edit from lightroom, it edits in 2023, or which ever vesiin is open. So can edit in either. 

Thanks for all comments to All.

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