Did you select at least 2 photos?
Thanks. I was tired and had forgotten to select two. I figured it out about 2 minutes after I sent the note.
From: F. McLion <email@example.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, June 6, 2017 1:44 AM
Subject: Lightroom Merge to panorama grayed out
Lightroom Merge to panorama grayed out
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For anyone who gets here and does not have that problem- two or more images selected.
i just had the same issue- command grayed out- and I do a whole lot of panoramas, nearly every day, big ones.
I closed everything and updated Camera Raw and now I have the command back.
I think I got there by disabling the "Camera Raw not up to date" warning, which I got tired of having to click through.