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"New content tab" doesn't do squat when my workflow depends on having 3 windows to 3 different folders open on 3 different monitors.
For the time being, I'll have to use an older version of Bridge to get any work done.17 votes
The latest Beta build 184.108.40.206 brings back support for 'Multiple Windows' along with a few new features.
For a complete list of features available in the Beta build, please refer to the community post :
We would love for you to try it out and share feedback.
So I have my MacBook opened as a secondary screen, and the Thunderbolt display as the main screen. In this case Bridge's window make the mouse movement lag heavily. When I close the Mac, so I have only one display it works fine.
The display is connected via a Thunderbolt 2 to USB-C adapter.
Adobe Bridge 10.0.1.126
MacBook Pro 13' 2018 (Catalina - 10.15.3)
Apple Thunderbold Display (27')3 votesFEATURE- AVAILABLE (IN BETA) · AdminSubbi (Product Management. Adobe Bridge., Adobe Creative Cloud Bridge) responded
Bridge Beta builds now comes with Multi Monitor support. You can now undock any panel and dock it on the second monitor to use the 2 monitor setup more effectively.
Find out more about the features in Bridge Beta builds here
More details here: How to access the Beta build?
Do try out the latest Beta build, if you still face the Mouse performance lag, do let us know
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