Lightroom: Command to create panorama in Photoshop from Lightroom greyed out

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Running cc2015 under OSX 10.10.x. For some reason I can no longer see Edit in Merge to Panorama Photoshop within Lightroom as it's greyed out. How do I recover.
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Merge to Panorama is a multi-image operation so you have to have more than one image selected in the filmstrip/grid.
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Thanks. I know. I have selected multiple images. The Edit Merge element for creating a Panorama in Lightroom transferring the images into Photoshop is greyed out.
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When you have multiple images selected, that are of the same type (raw vs JPG) and the same dimensions, selected what Edit In options are available?

In other words are the single-image operations enabled and the multi-image options disabled, or is it that the Panorama the only one disabled, and are the multiple images that you have selected all raw or all JPG (or all TIF) and are they the same pixel dimensions?"
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They are all disabled. I only shoot raw, in NEF format.
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So Edit In anything PS-related is disabled. That's a different troubleshooting path.

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