Same as above. Windows 10. I own all plugins but they’re all grayed out. With the overall Studio 2 upgrade, it seems that the hurrier you went the behinder you got. I’ve spent a lot of time looking for missing functionality from Studio 1 and trying to figure out the structural transitions from the old presets to the new Looks.
I should clarify … the greyed out plugins are when I launch from Lightroom Classic. Now, I’ve launched from Photohop and all plug-ins are active EXCEPT DeNoise opens Sharpen AI. Really! we shouldn’t have to go to all this trouble if proper testing was in place. G-r-r-r.
I used the new “Lightroom Launcher” when going from Lightroom Classic to Studio 2. The “Accept” and “Cancel” are now back again. However, instead of automatically importing the photograph from Lightroom into Studio 2 as it has always done, it now requires me to search through the folders to find the photo then open it. Rather annoying and cumbersome. I am using Windows 10 Pro.
Not sure if I missed something but it’s a fgew days since using Topaz Studio 2 with LR. Today I open an image in Topaz from LR and apply some filters. Then I look for the Accept tick and it’s gone… replaced with Export which means after I head back to LR I have to Synch the folder.
Paul, since you wrote this 2.0.12 was released. While no mention of this appears in the Changelog, lightroom launcher.exe was removed. Of course, I found this out as soon as Lightroom’s Edit in (studio 2) didn’t work and I manually re-configured the setup in LR’s Preferences.
Sadly even in TS2 v12 the transfer is still broken. PS is OK, LR is not - and even when I download a photo from my Google photos gallery and transfer it directly to TS2 using system W10 - all AI plugins are greyed-out.