Are you facing this issue with all types file formats? Have you tried opening different formats from Lightroom to Photoshop?
Also, could you please let us know the exact version of Lightroom and Photoshop you are using now?
When you are working with raw images, and Lightroom and Photoshop/Camera Raw are current and synchronized, that message will not be displayed because it isn't necessary. The image will transfer to Photoshop and Camera Raw will be used to do the conversion automatically. If the image being edited in Lightroom is not a raw image then that message will be displayed because if you want the Lightroom adjustments to be included it will be necessary for Lightroom to create the new image first. In the first case, where you are working with the raw image, Lightroom can bundle up all of the raw image data and the Lightroom changes and send them to Photoshop and let Photoshop save the changes when you are finished there.
I get that, and thanks for clarifying. This has only just started happening and I always used to get the option to open with adjustments applied even for RAW images. My problem I guess is that when I open up a RAW image now regardless whether its a newly imported image or a historical one it opens in Photoshop without Lightroom Adjustments applied.
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Ok guys, I solved the problem myself.....I updated Lightroom but hadn't installed the update so was still using an old version. Apologies for wasting your time!
Many thanks for your help
I can only say that whenever I open a raw image from Lightroom new Photoshop I never received that message. But my Lightroom adjustments are always applied. Can you confirm that you are using Lightroom 7.4, and can you confirm that Camera Raw 10.4 is installed for your version of Photoshop?