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    BUG- FIX RELEASED  ·  19 comments  ·  Report Bugs » CRASH  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    GR commented  · 

    On my end, the problem has nothing to do with cache generation. Bridge freezes even if cache generation has completed.

    I'm on a MacBook Pro running macOS Mojave (10.14). Bridge 2019 freezes all the time, especially after Batch Renaming or moving files from one folder to another even on a local drive. It becomes completely unresponsive and you can only Force Quit the application and restart.
    Bridge 2018 was really stable, but Bridge 2019 is unusable.

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    12 comments  ·  Feature Request  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    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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    BUG- NEED MORE INFO  ·  9 comments  ·  Report Bugs » THUMBNAILS AND PREVIEWS  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    GR commented  · 

    This version is a huge waste of screen space:

    - huge amount of useless space around the thumbnails, ratings and filenames, folders, folder names, metadata and so on.
    - huge title bars above the panels
    - huge bar at the bottom of the content panel

    On the go I'm using a MacBook Pro 13". In Filmstrip Workspace, the Content panel is taking up ridiculous amounts of valuable screen space. If I reduce the size of the Content panel to match my screen, the filenames and ratings are hidden and the thumbnails get tiny. This is unusable.

    Missing colour labels.

    I was trying to roll back to Bridge CC 2018, but there was no option to manage previous versions in the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop App.

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