Don't duplicate tiffs when choosing "Edit in Photoshop" on an edit

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When I edit a CR2/DNG (via Edit in Photoshop) through LR CC, it creates (if saved) a tiff file. So far so good, but when I come back to that same file in LR CC and again choose "Edit in Photoshop" a second tiff file for the new edit is created.
I tried to workaround that by deleting the first TIFF(edit) from LR CC - to avoid clocking my cloud with those huge files - after a while BOTH tiffs are gone.
LR CC needs the option to "Edit Original". Also it would be great to be able to sync only certain folders to the cloud.

This generates to much data to sync back and forth. Those tiffs are really really big and trying to sync them while you are on the go is a pain the in a**.

LR CC (latest version) on Win 10
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Salim Chauhan

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