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Merge to Panorama from a Stack - Normal behavior?


Active Member
May 6, 2011
Bray, Ireland
Lightroom Experience
Lightroom Version
Using Lightroom v3.4.1 & Photoshop CS5.1, both 64-bit.

When merging Photos I have in Stacks to a Panorama in Photoshop, (Edit in>Merge to Panorama in Photoshop),
and then save the result when I am finished, the result is not added back into the Stack,
it is simply added to the Library as a seperate image.

Did it not save the resulting Panos to the Stack in previous versions or am I dreaming again?
Could it be I am simply missing some setting, or is there a way to make it save the Pano to the Stack?

Currently I am having to manually add the resulting Pano to the appropriate Stack on the Top position.