3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 30, 2018 1:44 PM by WobertC

    Edit in Photoshop not coming back to the right library folder


      Lightroom Classic version: 7.1 [ 1148620 ]

      License: Creative Cloud

      Language setting: en-US

      Operating system: Mac OS 10

      Version: 10.13.2 [17C88]


      Right after upgrading to Lightroom Classic, I opted to reduce the size of my catalog and archive off images previous to 2017.  I exported the 2017 and newer library contents to a new catalog, and archived the old... optimized the new library and recreated 1:1 image previews, tweaked some cache settings... and all in all, it's running great.


      After that point, when I choose to edit an image in Photoshop, Photoshop opens, I edit the image, save, and close out to return to Lightroom, but the image does NOT appear in the originating folder (..\pictures\lightroom\2017\December 15) for example.  Searching for the edited image on the drive reveals that it is in fact in the same folder, but the library creates a new tree titled "December 15 - ../pictures/lightroom/2017/December 15"


      I have "stack with original" in the preferences selected but I dont see any other preferences that have any effect on this glitch?


      I need help getting lightroom to place the image in the originating library folder, not just the same folder on the HD.


      Any help is appreciated.