Lightroom: Edit in Photoshop warning message since update

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Since update of Lightroom to CC2015.10  and Camera Raw to 9.10 (within Photoshop CC2017.1), I am getting a warning message when using Ctrl+E to Edit in Photoshop.


The message states that camera raw 9.10 may be required, even though CC desktop app confirms camera raw is up to date and Photoshop "about plug ins" confirms that ACR 9.10.0.739 is installed.

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I can repro this. Thanks for reporting in.

You can select Open Anyway to continue and everything should work as expected.
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Yes it does
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No It doesn't. Says ACR is not available
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Yes it seems to work OK if I click ignore.  Just an annoying warning  :-)


Dave

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Same problem here on my Mac. 

I even tried manually re-installing ACR 9.10 from here :

https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/kb/camera-raw-plug-in-installer.html#9_10

... no change.
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same here. PIA!
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Everybody rebooted, right? I know, I know, the IT Mantra! Sometimes 2 reboots are required, or try running Onyx and clearing caches? (Just run the Automation tab in Onyx, clears up a lot)!
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Yes I did.
I am on Windows 10 not Mac so it looks like the issue is hitting both platforms

Dave
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Same here... with Mac Sierra.
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same here with mac El Capitan
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Just click 'open anyway' and check the 'Don't show again' checkbox.
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INGRID VAN DAMME

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Thanks
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Same problem here :) 
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Thorben Heks

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Same problem after updated
MacOS Sierra 10.12.4 (iMac Late 2009)
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Ric Latham

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Yep, same here, Mac 10.12.4 (16E195)
iMac mid 2011
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This is not just an annoyance - it is a show stopper. When trying to use "Merge to HDR Pro" from Lightroom, it aborts in Photoshop with "Camera Raw Filter is not available" after "Open anyway" was chosen in Lightroom. The same happens when "Camera Raw Filter" is chosen from the filter menu in Photoshop. Photoshop shows Camera Raw is 9.10.0.739 so that's the latest but there's obviously a bug where this is not being recognised as the latest. How do I revert to the previous version of Lightroom and Camera Raw because the use of the Camera Raw filter is part of my normal workflow many times a day.
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Different Issue

Please reference the new conversation here: ACR: Merge To HDR Pro in 32 bit fails
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Tarun,

I am able to produce a file with no issues using Lightroom CC2015.10 and Photoshop CC2017.1.0 using ACR 10. 

Select three images that are HDR brackets.
Invoke Edit In>Merge to HDR Pro in Photoshop.

The merge performs normally.

The Camera Raw Filter is a separate issue. 
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Try this: 
Select three images that are HDR brackets.
Invoke Edit In>Merge to HDR Pro in Photoshop.

The merge goes ahead and the Merge to HDR Pro dialog box appears.
Choose Remove Ghosts and Mode 32 bit; set Complete toning in Adobe Camera Raw.

When you select Tone in ACR button, it goes to Photoshop and bombs out with 'The command "Camera Raw Filter" is not currently available. 
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That I can duplicate, Tarun. Please stand by while I check with engineering.  This is an issue separate to this thread so I am going to split it. 

new thread: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/acr-merge-to-hdr-pro-in-32-bit-fails
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Same issue here on Mac OS Sierra 10.12.4 and the new LR, PS and CR.  
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Same problem for me !
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David Richardson

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Thanks Rikk
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled LR 2015.10 /camera raw 9.1 "rendering" issue.

I have updated PS, LR and ACR to the latest version. When I try to open an image from LR to PS, I get the message"This version of LR may require the Photoshop Camera Raw plug in version 9.10 for full compatibility" . I have all the latest versions. Why is this happening? Which selection should I make..."Open anyway" or "render in Lightroom"? Again, I have all the latest versions.....I remember this happening years ago with earlier versions. 
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Rikk Flohr offered this link previously-Please see this document:  https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/compatibility-warning-with-edit-in.html

long and short, use open anyway and don't worry about it.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled lightroom CC 2015.10 Edit in>Photoshop CC 2017 ACR problem.

When I try to edit a photo from LR CC 2015.10 in Photoshop CC 2017.1.0 I get a message "This version of Lightroom may require the Photoshop Camera Raw plug-in version 9.10 for full compatibility."
As far as I can tell everything has updated, but I keep getting this message.

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Error message regarding camera Raw in Lightroom.

After updating Lightroom to version 10, I am getting error message regarding opening of file to photoshop, regarding camera raw update. I did check everything is update in photoshop! Any suggestions?
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Lightroom CC 2015: Camera Raw Problem.

When choosing a raw photo within Lightroom CC 2015 to Edit In Photoshop CC 2017 I get a message that says "This version of Lightroom may require the Photoshop Camera Raw plug-in version 9.10 for full compatibility" then below it says "please update the camera raw plug-in using..." All of my software is up to date, including the camera raw plug-in, which is version 9.10. I have tried restarting both programs and my computer, but it still says the same thing, any help would be much appreciated. Thanks
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This is a known issue with the LR 6.10 CC 2015.10 update, which Adobe has confirmed and is working on. The solution for now is to click on 'Open Anyway':

https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/compatibility-warning-with-edit-in.html
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled lightroom to photoshop.

hi,

I'm having trouble with lightroom. I cant merge photos/panoramas from lightroom into photshop.

it opens photoshop 64bit and tells me to update camera raw.

I have done so a number of times but It will only install to photoshop 32bit. lightroom wont open photoshop 32 bit.

I can use photo shop to remove objects in photos then back to lightroom but need to use light room to render.

also I'm finding lightroom to keep getting slow and feel its slowed my whole computer.

ive had a computer build dedicated for photo editing.

some specs below

windows 10 pro

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz, 3601 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 8 Logical Processor(s)

Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 24.0 GB

intel 750 ssd as boot drive

with all photos stored on a separate hard drive in computer



any help would be much apprecdiated
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since last update of PS couple days ago..., now the images are not cropped when trying to edit in Photoshop when and you choose "open anyway"
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Sometimes weird behavior is corrected/cured by resetting the preferences.

Reset Procedure:

1. Close Lightroom.
2. Hold down [Alt/Opt]+[Shift] while restarting Lightroom.
3. Overwrite the Preferences when prompted by the dialog.
4. Close Lightroom.
5. Restart Lightroom.

Does the behavior continue after resetting the preferences?
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After restart it works ok... only the warning message, but the crop is applied.
Thank you.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Camera Raw Plug- in and Exporting Photo.

this is my second update in PS and still says.   This Version of Lightroom may required the Photoshop Camera raw Plug-in version 910 for full compatibility   It says please  update Camera Raw Plug-In  on Photoshop using the update tool available in the Photoshop help menu.   Don't show again        Render using Lightroom      Open anyways        Cancel     On PS menu it says is up to date, What should I do? LR is Slow why?????     Also how do I save as or export  my photos on color sRGB from PS  like I export them from LR. and to a 300dpi for printing. Colors are always bad when printing when exported from PS LR is good when printed. Thanks
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Error en LightRoom.

Hola, Cuando quiero editar una fotografía en Photoshop CC 2017 desde Lightroom, aparece el siguiente mensaje: "Esta versión de Lightroom puede requerir el plugin Camera Raw de Photoshop versión 9.10 para una compatibilidad total" 
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Lightroom says Camera Raw not up to date.

I'm using LR/PS CC, iMac, El Capitan. I'm completely up to date...except LR tells me there maybe a compatibility issue because Camera Raw isn't up to date...but I believe it is: 9.10.0.739
Is this correct? When I >Help>Updates...says there aren't any.