LR's default Cmd + E (Ctrl + E) does not work on your Mac?
You have to be in the grid, not the filmstrip to send multiple images.
Thank you Hal. This works! Such a quick response from you and such a simple ‘solution’. Thank you Thank you.
It makes we wonder a couple of things though;
why can’t it be done from the Develop tab?
and, you have been able to quickly answer my question, but, when I google the internet, and trawl Adobe Help, for half a day, couldn’t I find an answer? The answer may be that I didn’t ask the right question, however, you answered it, clearly, quickly and succinctly so, don’t think that was the case.
Anyway, thanks again.
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If you turn AUTOSYNC on then CMD-E on the mac will open all the photos in Photoshop in Develop using the film strip. Also, instead of using CMD-E or the menu in Develop, you can RIGHTCLICK the photos in the film strip (even with AUTOSYNC turned off) and use the Edit In and it will open all the photos in Photoshop. I don't know why the behavior is different than the menu command or shortcut, probably unintended behavior but it works.
Hey Bob, thank you so much, this is exactly the answer I was hoping for! It means I can still be in the Develop 'full screen' view with 'film strip' at bottom Cmd+E and send all selected images to PS. Awesome. Can't believe it is such an easy fix. I just have to keep an eye on 'Auto Sync' being 'on' as it turns itself off when I use 'Sync' to back process a group of similar images. Really appreciate you taking the time to help me. I owe you a beer.
I'm having trouble doing this same thing in Lightroom CC and Photoshop. It doesn't seem to have all the options in the free trial. is the trial a stripped down version?
Trials are never restricted in functionality and always show you all the features currently available in the latest version, for 7 days.