Want to solve all these user interface complaints? Look at Bridge 2018. It was better than the current user interface in EVERY WAY.1 vote
Move information from bottom of Content Panel back to bottom of Bridge window. (Revert back to how Bridge 2018 did this).
This image describes the problem: PLEASE FIX THIS.1 vote
Corel Painter is an awesome program for freehand natural media image creation.. In essence it can be an awesome plug in for Photoshop. It's native file format is .rif and Bridge only displays the painter logo so hard to find an image I wish to open when I'm working in Painter.1 vote
Sorting of pictures in PDF-Output via cells works fine.
But it would be much better if empty cells would be allowed!
Sometimes in a 3x2 sheet there are 5 pictures and the next page contains another sequence …1 vote
As there is in lightroom it would be beneficial if there were a checkbox to automatically write XMPs for all files.1 vote
If I add an adjustment brush I will not able to delete/erase a particular area from it.
I can click on [Erase] but after the first click on the image it change automatically to [Add].
Every time I make a mistake I need to delete the entire adjustment and make a new one.
It's all started from 1 week.1 vote
nach dem löschen von bildern in bridge springt das progamm nicht mehr automatisch auf das nächste bild
ich benutze bridge intensiv zum bilder sichten und zu filtern vor der eigentlichen bearbeitung in PS.
nach dem letzten update: nun springt die vorschau nicht mehr automatisch auf das nächste bild wenn man ein anderes gelöscht hat. entweder man muss schnell genug sein direkt weiterzuklicken oder man eben nicht schnell genug war, fängt wieder oben im ordner an (was bei grossen ordnern sehr ärgerlich ist)! oder vman muss wahlweise immer wieder mit der maus das letzte/nächste7etc bild wieder manuell auswählen.
das verlangsamt meinen workflow immens, nach dem motto kleine ursache-grosse wirkung.1 vote
Could we see HISTOGRAM in Adobe Bridge? It's very important for photographers. (I know Adobe is more suited for Designers and they don't need it...)4 votes
When Typing a keyword (for example, “Sky”) into the search box at the bottom of the keyword panel (using "contains" as a search parameter), there are probably more than 1 keywords that contain that text string, but the entire list still displays; so if you have a long list, often times the highlighted items are far away from each other in the list and they won’t show up in the panel together. Example: I have several pre-defined keywords in the list... all containing the string “Sky". But I am searching for just "Sky" so I can apply it to a single photo so I type in the letters s, k, y, and the highlighted keyword then jumps to "skydiving". This is great when I want to quickly apply "Skydiving", but useless when I want to apply only the keyword "Sky".
A much better way to handle this is to dynamically filter the list to only the keywords that contain the string, so they are all there grouped right in front of you. In this way, typing "sky" would immediately filter the list to only the items that contain that string, something like:
Top of Panel
Bottom of Panel
It would be so much faster to quickly select the keyword you want if the search behaved like this. As soon as you apply the keyword, the search box should clear and the entire keyword list can now display in its entirety.
Extensis Portfolio works like this and it is a great timesaver. We are trying to use Bridge in our photo ingestion workflow but this is a “pain point”.
When Typing a keyword (for example, “Sky”) into the search box at the bottom of the keyword panel (using "contains" as a search parameter), there are probably more than 1 keywords that contain that text string, but the entire list still displays; so if you have a long list, often times the highlighted items are far away from each other in the list and they won’t show up in the panel together. Example: I have several pre-defined keywords in the list... all containing the string “Sky". But I am searching for just "Sky" so I can apply it to a…5 votes
Hello, is it possible to additionally show in the file properties in which version a file was saved? For example EPS-8, EPS-10, AI CC or PS CC. This would be especially good for EPS. Many thanks, Gabi2 votes
Add warning when deleting a photo that belongs to 1 or more collections (similar to Aperture). This would prevent users from accidentally deleting a photo that is used in 1 or more collections. I have been deleting photos only to find out I chose the wrong version (by deleting one I previously selected in a photo).3 votes
What does Adobe have against Mac? Full screen on MacOS has only been around for a decade, why do none of Adobe's premiere applications support it? Literally every other cross platform app I have on my computer supports full screen.
What's the problem?2 votes
It's hard to close the magnifying glass – the closing-cross could not be targeted easily
kind regards2 votes
I just had to move over 400 images from one usb stick to another. I usd to Bridge to facilitate this. I have no problem in Bridge asking me to confirm that I am sure I want to move a file from 'A' to 'B' but why can I not chose to 'Apply to all' Why on earth do I have to confirm each and every one. Over 400 clicks later :-(
This was certainly a feature in Bridge (and almost every other program ever known to work with Windows!!) right up till Bridge 2018.
Please sort this.1 vote
As Premiere Pro has a Mediabrowser, it would be a great advantage if you could use Bridge as a Mediabrowser as well and easily send files to Premiere or After Effects ...1 vote
I think not need to change things that was good.
New interface is too "designed": previously it was more compact, without extra featuгes as big grey stars, wide grey frames around images and many other.
New features must adjusted in Preferences in more detailed style.24 votesFEATURE- RELEASED · AdminTeja Vepakomma (Senior Product Manager, Adobe Creative Cloud Bridge) responded
This request has been addressed in v10.0 of Bridge released earlier this month.
Please upgrade to see the change.
You have options at the bottom of the content pane to Hide Tiles and Show Thumbnails only. These options will allow you to see larger thumbnails and more content by using the zoom slider.
Let me know if you need anything else.
Senior Product Manager,
Would like to copy IPTC Core data from a .JPG file to a raw file. I have thousands of annotated JPEGs with raw files of the same name. Lightroom only shows IPTC data in the raw (sidecar) files.1 vote
Currently waiting 30 seconds at least for a star rating to appear. Overall performance is at barely usable speed. I'm watching lag I've not seen since the 90s. This is supposed to be a quick, basic image browser, yet it's now so slow I can barely bring myself to boot it up.1 vote
There's too much wasted space between the thumbnails. Also, the dark boxes around the thumbnails are really unnecessary and distracting. I prefer the view of CC 2018. Please make this new look optional, and/or allow users to turn these boxes off in preferences.17 votesFEATURE- RELEASED · AdminTeja Vepakomma (Senior Product Manager, Adobe Creative Cloud Bridge) responded
In the recently released v10.0 of bridge, there is an option at the bottom of the Content pane to allow users to turn off the ‘dark boxes’. It is called ‘Show Tiles’.
Senior Product Manager,
Smart Collections can take a considerable time to index/re-index so what I'd like to see is a Progress Bar [ideally with an estimated time to complete] and a Message pop-up when the indexing has completed. Just to be greedy I'd also like to index more than 1 smart collection at a time. So an option like "Re-index all Smart Collections" would be really useful.1 vote
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