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    Michael Vance commented  · 

    Bridge: v12.0.1.246
    Win10 Pro: 19043.1466

    All pull-down menus are non-functional. Resetting preferences/deleting caches has not changed the behavior but did reset the "New Filename" options to some default configuration from what was set. The pull-downs only present the currently set option per the attached screenshot where the "Date Time, Date Created" only presents the "YYYYMMDD" option where it should reveal other options. Tried every pull-down and none of them present any options.

    Needless to say, this makes Batch Rename unusable in this version.

    Update:

    Uninstalled 12.0.1.246 keeping the preferences and installed 12.0.0.234 (last v12 presented in CC). The pull-down menus function correctly presenting the expected options. It is possible to select/modify options in "New Filename" section as well as see "Present" options.

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    Michael Vance commented  · 

    Update: it was necessary to terminate Bridge to move the video file--deselecting the file did not close the file handle is my guess. After terminating Bridge, it was possible to move the file. With Bridge open, it the move would fail with the open in application error.

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