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Photoshop from Lightroom

murray.cullen22

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Lightroom Version Number
13.1
Operating System
  1. macOS 13 Ventura
I have updated Lightroom Classic (13.1) and Photoshop (25.4.0) and when I try to edit in Photoshop from Lightroom using command E noting happens. I get a 'ping' but no Photoshop. When (in LightroomC) I go to Photo/Edit in Photoshop 24/ it is greyed out. I've tried various suggested corrections - uninstall/reinstall, reinstall from Adobe etc. Very frustrating. Help PLEASE.
 
Did you do it as follows: uninstall both, then reinstall Photoshop first and then Lightroom Classic. The order is important!
 
Did you do it as follows: uninstall both, then reinstall Photoshop first and then Lightroom Classic. The order is important!
Thank you very much. I did it exactly in the order you said and it works now. I was using a work around by downloading from Lightroom then opening in Photoshop, but the direct method is so much quicker.
 
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