Folder displays on darker background than the interface
Folders display on a darker field than the interface. They should be on the same background as the interface. Same with all icons.
This is by design in this release of Bridge
Scott Souchock, I wrote so much how I think a little of stupid Adobe decisions on Photoshop Family forum, that now I simply comment I'm with you about your frustration.
That is a horrible thing to do. At least give us the choice to turn it off!
Scott Souchock commented
Thank you clarifying this a feature. However, I'm not sure who is making these decisions on these "features" but I consider it a flaw. I may spend some time and go over submit it into the feature request wish list. But once again Adobe disappoints, as they have been doing for many years, and this is yet one more small annoyance. I do not understand why this would be considered a feature. All it does is make more visual schmutz on something that does not need it. It does not enhance, it does not clarify, so I'm confused as to why this would be considered a feature. I can think of no compelling reason why this is better than simply showing the folder by itself, other than perhaps some deep down technical reason by a lazy programmer. If I seem cranky I am because I am a designer who has also been a programmer and who worked on UX features. I find great dismay that the people who are currently programming and making these kinds of decisions really don't understand design let alone communication. I find that programmers often have a disconnect with their users and in this day and age it the gap is growing wider.