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Yes I am seeing similar, but in my case nothing comes back to Lightroom! I have to synchronize the folder where the original is located to 'import' the new Ps edited file.
And my Photoshop defined Workspace has changed back to Adobe's default without my doing!
One thought (as you do see an empty box)- check the Photoshop preferences-
Edit > Preferences > File Handling / Maximize psd and psb FIle Compatability = ALWAYS.
I have the same or at least similar issue. After taking the latest LR update.
Open a file from LR to edit in Photoshop CC 2017
Make my edits - then save as jpeg
Go back to LR in Grid View for example - no jpeg to be seen or found - even via a LR search
Look in Finder and the jpeg is has been saved to the folder so it is there
Try to manually sync the folder via LR - nothing
Now I see the original file in Grid View at the top says NEF+JPEG
Do not have stacking enabled in Preferences
Do have checked treat JPEG next to RAW as separate (didn't have that checked before the update)
Again this just changed after taking on the latest update via the cloud.
Fairly new to LR and don't know where to go from here. I need to be able to view my edits/jpegs again in LR.
Any thoughts or help greatly appreciated.
I do notice a NEW glitch using EDIT IN. When doing an Edit In from Develop mode the returned photo in the filmstrip is highlighted but is only a GRAY BOX even though the full photo is correct. As soon as you select another photo the thumbnail regenerates. The behavior is correct when doing the Edit In from Library.
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there is only PSD and Tiff
It is possible to add Photoshop as an "Additional External Editor" and select JPG as an option.
Lightroom does force a question "Use anyway" when you create the preset in Preferences.
ps: On my laptop I updated 'all' Lr Ps ACR, two days ago, and the problem with the file not appearing back in Lr seems to have been fixed- for me.
Thanks for the info. I didn't think about the "Additional External Editor" beings the OP was using Photoshop and Lightroom CC versions.
My glitch about the gray thumbnail showed up when I installed CC2015.12, at least I think so as I don't ever remember seeing the problem.