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    Adam Simmons commented  · 

    Ok, after throwing a couple more hours at this problem and Likarm's post as the driver, here's the asnwer for Mac users:

    1. In finder, use the key command to show hidden folders "CMD+Shift+."

    2. Navigate to: Macintosh HD/User/xxxx/Library/Application Support/Adobe/

    3. Create a folder named: Bridge CC 2019

    4. Cheer that your application works as it once did in 2019

    *Note that it is the "Library" folder that is hidden and the reason why CMD+Shift+. is needed and likely the reason why people are having problems implimenting this fix, as I know I was.

    Well, that should do us until Bridge 2022 comes out...

    YO! ADOBE! Fix yo junk!

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    Adam Simmons commented  · 

    I had this problem before, and found the fix somewhere. It was a permissions issue. And now it's back in Bridge Version 10.1.1.166.

    When I go to offload my photos using Bridge Photo Downloader, it doesn't retain that I use the Advanced window, or my copyright info, or file saving preferences.

    It's not a big deal, but it creates more work where there should be none.j

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    Adam Simmons commented  · 

    Ok, after throwing a couple more hours at this problem here's the answer for Mac users:

    1. In finder, use the key command to show hidden folders "CMD+Shift+."

    2. Navigate to: Macintosh HD/User/xxxx/Library/Application Support/Adobe/

    3. Create a folder named: Bridge CC 2019

    4. Cheer that your application works as it once did in 2019

    *Note that it is the "Library" folder that is hidden and the reason why CMD+Shift+. is needed and likely the reason why people are having problems implimenting this fix, as I know I was.

    Well, that should do us until Bridge 2022 comes out...

    YO! ADOBE! Fix yo junk!

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