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Generally to edit an existing file that is known to contain layers, use “Edit Original”, do the edits in Photoshop, Save, and then in LR step back in History to Recover Lightroom edits.
I just experimented and found I did not even need to step back in LR history panel it seemed to return to LR (after more PS adjustments) with the last LR edits applied. Maybe this Edit-In function has been improved over previous versions of LR.
Thanks for the fast reply.
on my end, latest LR Version on Mac, after the return to LR all LR edits are gone.
But one step back in history did the trick.
Thank you very much,
Are you sure you have the latest version of Lightroom; Version 10.4? It seems to have been corrected on my Mac.
The latest version I can get is 10.12.6
In this version all LR edits are lost after return to LR...
Thanks for "Correct Answer"
JoeKostoss is correct about the LR version ie. Current 'latest' is Lightroom Classic-CC v7.4 (10.4)
Your number 10.12.6 is probably your Mac operating system! yes?
For your Lightroom version- go to the Lightroom top Menu: Help>System Info... (or Help>About........)
You are possibly using an earlier version.
You were right, this was my mac version...
Lightroom Classic-Version: 7.4 [ 1176617 ]