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ShadySue

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« on: January 22, 2015, 16:10 »
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In some sort of idiotic moment, I seem to have hit something which changes the way Bridge shows altered RAW files.
Previously, if I made changes in ACR then hit 'done' the changes were shown in the Bridge thums.
Now although the little changed icon is showing in the top right hand corner of the margin, the thum in Bridge doesn't show the changes. However, the changes are there when the file is opened in PS CC.
I looked at all the menus, but didn't get any hint of what I need to tick 'on', and I tried Bridge Help, but presumably couldn't think of the right way to describe the problem as I can't find any results for any search combo I've tried.
Anyone know what I need to tick 'on' again?
TIA

ETA: and I made sure everything was bang up to date before I posted.
« Last Edit: January 22, 2015, 17:34 by ShadySue »


KB

« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2015, 19:43 »
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In some sort of idiotic moment, I seem to have hit something which changes the way Bridge shows altered RAW files.
Previously, if I made changes in ACR then hit 'done' the changes were shown in the Bridge thums.
Now although the little changed icon is showing in the top right hand corner of the margin, the thum in Bridge doesn't show the changes. However, the changes are there when the file is opened in PS CC.
I looked at all the menus, but didn't get any hint of what I need to tick 'on', and I tried Bridge Help, but presumably couldn't think of the right way to describe the problem as I can't find any results for any search combo I've tried.
Anyone know what I need to tick 'on' again?
TIA

ETA: and I made sure everything was bang up to date before I posted.
I've never heard of this one. I can't find any option that applies, either. I can't see why there'd be an option not to show the changes, so I doubt it exists.

Try rebooting; that always helps.  ;D  My guess would be, perhaps a bug in the latest Bridge? Although looks like I'm using the latest (6.1.0.116 x64), and I've never encountered this.

Good luck; I hope you can figure it out.

ShadySue

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« Reply #2 on: January 22, 2015, 20:08 »
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The issue has been going on for days and several reboots and nightly switch offs made no difference. I just updated before I posted in case that worked, so it wasn't working on whatever previous version I was on either. I'm not sure I can just uninstall/reinstall Bridge. I'll investigate in the morning.   No, please, no, that would be a different kind of nightmare!
Tx.

« Reply #3 on: January 22, 2015, 20:17 »
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Reset Preferences

A lot of Photoshop/Bridge problems can be fixed by dumping the Preferences file. While launching Photoshop/Bridge, hold down Alt+Ctrl+Shift on the PC or Cmd+Option+Shift on the Mac. When asked to reset the preferences, choose Yes.

ShadySue

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« Reply #4 on: January 23, 2015, 07:19 »
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Reset Preferences

A lot of Photoshop/Bridge problems can be fixed by dumping the Preferences file. While launching Photoshop/Bridge, hold down Alt+Ctrl+Shift on the PC or Cmd+Option+Shift on the Mac. When asked to reset the preferences, choose Yes.

Thanks, that did it.
(Stupid me, I should have thought of that for myself.)


 

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