'Copy Path' directly from Bridge
In Windows 10 file explorer, you have the chance of copy the full path of a file by clicking "Ctrl + Right-Mouse-Btn" and choosing "Copy full path".
it would be awesome to have something like that on Bridge, because it broads the range of software you can work better with. I sometimes work with 3d software, webdesign, and/or smaller utilities for video and image, and most of them don't support Bridge's "drag-and-drop", or it simply doesn't fit the workflow (example: webdesign - you do it by code...)
A "Copy full path" function would help greatly on that, and shouldn't be anything fancy on the coding side :)
Bruno Mateus commented
Hi. Yes, exactly when clicking on an image.
Reason is that, many times, the user may not be in a folder, but in a parent folder viewing all subfolder items. Specially true when searching for terms, metadata, etc.
In Windows Explorer, when you open the context menu using Ctrl + right mouse button on top of a file, your presented with a "Copy full path" option. It will copy to memory the absolute path, which you can then use anywhere.
Currently, on Bridge you have to:
1. Click right mouse button, select "Reveal on Explorer"
2. Locate image on Explorer
3. Click Ctrl + right mouse button on top of the file, select "Copy full path".
It's really a simple command, and having it directly on Bridge would solve many clicks.
Hi, if you click on the breadcrumbs, you can copy the path to the current folder. Do you mean when clicking on an image?