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    Peter Astle commented  · 

    We seem to be going around in circles with this issue!
    With Bridge CC 2019 a reported fix was to have your old Bridge 2018 CC AppData folders still present, at least for Windows users. This was because Bridge CC 2019 was attempting to save settings in Bridge CC 2018 folders.

    Then the problem was fixed with the release of version 9.1.0.338.

    I just installed Bridge 2020 and the problem is back again!
    ...and analogously, if your old Bridge CC 2019 AppData folders are kept, then this stops the issue occurring. Without these folders settings are not kept.
    So we appear to have exactly the same issue - Bridge 2020 is trying to save settings in the wrong folders i.e. Bridge CC 2019 folders.

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    Peter Astle commented  · 

    Version 9.1.0.338 appears to have addressed this issue.
    I installed this latest update two days ago and all works as it should now.

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    Peter Astle commented  · 

    Although we are talking about Bridge CC 2019, it appears that Bridge is attempting to save settings for the photo downloader in Bridge CC 2018 folder which is likely missing from your system.
    Refer to this thread for a simple effective solution:
    https://forums.adobe.com/message/10831435#10831435

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    Peter Astle commented  · 

    Latest Bridge update to version 9.0.2.219 has still not adressed this issue.
    Irritating is a gross understatement.

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    Peter Astle commented  · 

    I have the same issue. None of the settings stick like they did in previous Bridge versions so each time the Photo Downloader is used all required settings must be selected again.

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    British National Grid format would be welcome too.

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    Hi,

    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.

    Regards,
    Teja
    Senior Product Manager,
    Adobe Bridge

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    Hi,

    This feature is now released as part of Bridge v10.0.

    Please upgrade Bridge to v10.0 to see the change.

    At the bottom of the Content pane, you should uncheck “Show Tiles”. After Tiles are removed, go to Edit→Preferences→Interface→Image Backdrop to change the slider to pure white.

    Thanks,
    Teja
    Senior Product Manager,
    Adobe Bridge

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    Dear Bridge users,

    As one of the top voted features, this is actively under development. We plan to provide option to hide the tiles so that you can see larger thumbnails and zoom out if you need to see more assets in Content View. While 9.1 (released) has some improvements, the upcoming Bridge release this year end will have significant improvements in this area. As far as the folder view and Keywords is concerned, we hope to address that next year.

    Meanwhile, some of you may benefit from the existing “View Menu→Show Thumbnails Only” to see more assets in Content View.

    Thank you for your vote.

    Teja Vepakomma
    Senior Product Manager,
    Adobe Bridge

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    Hi,

    This feature has been released in Bridge v10.0. You can update Bridge to see this feature.

    At the bottom of the Content Pane, there is an option to hide Tiles and ‘Show Thumbnails only’. If tiles are hidden, the image backdrop can be changed to pure black from Edit→Preferences→Interface→Image backdrop.

    Thank you for your feedback on User Voice.

    Regards,
    Teja V.
    Senior Product Manager, Adobe Bridge

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    Peter Astle commented  · 

    "Copy To" seems to work at the moment. It failed to work for three weeks but now appears to have cured itself somehow - perhaps after the last Bridge cummulative update?

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