This is an error that was introduced in the latest update in Lightroom. It is only an error in the version comparison logic. It has been confirmed by Adobe. The solution for now is to check the option to don't show again and then click on the button to open anyway. Lightroom and Photoshop will function as they should. The problem will be resolved in the next update. I have used the feature without any issues.
No, don't do that!
I have to chose "render with Lightroom" because if I chose "open anyway" the file gets fuKced up in photoshop like wrong aspect ratio etc...
Rendering with LR is not best solution, but at least I can edit my pictures.
Installing CR9.3 from website didn't fix problem.
We need update asap! Not waiting a month for fixing things you fuKced up with updates... Thanks!
That is interesting. That is the first time I have heard that problem reported. Oh wait! That was brought up the other day, but it isn't unique to Camera Raw 9.10. It is a problem when working with non-raw images. It will cause you to lose the original crop.
I had actually been doing as you suggested and had not noticed any problems when rendering in Photoshop. I knew about the “don’t show anyway” option, but just wanted to clarify that the issue was known to Adobe.
Jim, what are you referring to when you say, "it will cause you to lose the original crop"? (it what?)
And are you backing off from your suggestion to take the "open anyway" option?
No, not really. I'm saying that you will have to decide. There was a discussion last night, I believe. Someone who has a lot more experience with Camera Raw then I have pointed out that if working with non-raw images (i.e. JPEG or TIF images) and they have been cropped, opening them in Camera Raw will cause them to revert to their original aspect ratio. The reason I have not encountered this is because I very seldom use JPEG or TIF images first and then go to Camera Raw. I have read comments on this forum as well as others who report that following the procedure I have recommended has worked for them. It is what I have been recommending. If it doesn't work for you then you will have to make another choice. It's unfortunate that this was overlooked, but it was. We'll just have to deal with it until the next update.
That makes sense. I have been editing RAW images.
As far as my personal workflow is concerned, I have done as I have recommended and have encountered no problems. I have read reports from others who have confirmed that as well. I have also read reports from others who have said that photo merge and HDR merge no longer work. I have done both without a hitch. I have even done a photo merge with 24 images on three tiers with no problems. So I suppose the best solution is to find the one that works best for each individual.