Lightroom Classic : After editing in Photoshop, PSD files do not appear in Lightroom

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Hi,

When I use Edit in Photoshop menu in Lightroom, my photos are well opened, I edit them with no problems.
But, when I save them, the PSD files do not appear in Lightroom.

Is this a bug ? 

Thank in advance for your answer
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Which version of Lightroom Classic are you using? Is it 8.2.1?

Thanks,
Sunil
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Emmanuel BOIDIN

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I use Lightroom Classic 8.2.1 ;-)
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Do you have some kind of filter on in Lr (e.g. Keyword)? Try to switch off your filters and enabling them again. It's a bug that is there from Lr 4 or so...
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I've done it over and over again.
And the only filter I use is the mark (stars). But whether it is on or off, I don't see my PSD files. If I go to Catalog -> All photos (at the left of the window), I see them however.
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Looks like the bug I experience for a long time... Let's hope Adobe awakens by now...! BTW, restarting Lr also works, but is that a real solution??
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Restarting LR doesn't solve the problem :-( 
I think I will deinstall and reinstall LR 
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From Photoshop are you using Save As instead of Save? That would cause what you are seeing.
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Emmanuel BOIDIN

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I use "Save". 
Before the last update, it works well ! I think this issue is appeared since the last update
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A couple more troubleshooting questions:

1. When you invoke Edit In Photoshop, are you in a folder, a collection, or a smart collection?

2. Which options are you giving to Edit In Photoshop: Edit A Copy WIth Lightroom Adjustments, Edit A Copy, Edit Original.

3. Is Preferences > External Editing > Stack With Original checked or unchecked?
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1) I'm in a collection, when I invoke Edit in Photoshop

2) I don't know, Photoshop doesn't ask me the options or I checked a checkbox to remind my choice. But, when It asks me, I choose Edit A Copy With Lightroom Adjustments

3) Stack With Original is checked but, when I want to unstack, nothing is happening, and the number of images in the stack does not include my PSD files.
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A full screen recording of all the steps you're taking from LR to PS and back might give more clues about what's going wrong.  (Windows and Mac screen recording)
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(Just updated the previous post with actual links.)
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I'll do it this week-end ;-)
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I finally solved my problem ! 
I right click on a photo in LR and I go to Stacking option -> Unstack all (sorry I don't know what are exactly the options name in English, I'm French and my LR is in french), and I see again my PSD files in LR after editing in Photoshop.


I do not remember doing any manipulation to stack all the piles. But this is why I didn't see my PSD files.

Thanks everyone for your help.
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An external edited version does not automatically inherit membership in every Collection that the starting version belongs to - the same, as when making a Virtual Copy. 

Smart Collection membership is neither inherited nor not inherited: it's the new image's own independent attributes which govern which Smart Collections' inclusion criteria it meets, or fails to meet.

If a new edit is being invoked while viewing the starting image within a specific Collection context (not folder based view, not Smart Collection or All Photos or Latest Import), one would expect membership in that particular Collection to get inherited.