Bridge prevents screen saver and sleep on Mac
Several of the Macs in our studio are running the latest version of Mojave, but the screen saver never comes on and the Mac's won't automatically sleep when they are supposed to.
I did some investigation and it turns out that it is Adobe Bridge that is causing the problem (see attached image).
Please fix this as soon as possible! Screen savers and sleep are designed to protect hardware and save power and Bridge disabling this is shocking.
Great points, thanks!
But even if you put ethics to one side, we should be sending Adobe the bill for replacing our monitors when they’re suffering from burn-in due to Bridge not even letting the screen saver start
Luke, see my post on this subject here: https://adobebridge.uservoice.com/forums/905323-feature-request/suggestions/36502075-mac-can-t-sleep-while-bridge-cc-2019-is-open-mayb
I have the same problem running Bridge 126.96.36.1999 on macos 10.14.5. This is troubling as Adobe claims it believes in sustainability and reducing its carbon footprint but I can do that when I can't put my MacPro to sleep! Here is Adobe's statement on being green: https://www.adobe.com/corporate-responsibility/sustainability.html.
I need to be able to put my Mac to sleep and Adobe's idiotic implementation of Cloud services is preventing this.