I use Bridge on two different computers, one a Mac running the most recent version of Catalina iOS and the other a Windows 10 or 11 machine. I create most of my files on the Mac but sometimes need to access them on the Windows laptop. The problem is that new files and folders are not showing up on my Windows version of Bridge. I have logged out on that machine and logged back in to see if they will sync, but that doesn't help. I've also checked and seem to have the current version of Bridge on both devices. Before I try uninstalling and reinstalling I thought I'd check if anyone else has had this issue and if there's a solution I'm missing.
Lumigraphics is correct, but I have to ask where these folders are located?
Also, as a Mac person, I know that you have to give permission to Bridge and other applications to access things like the Desktop and external drives. Do you have to do that as well for PC to access areas on the computer?
Ah yes, I know Bridge is a file browser, but I forgot to mention that the files are saved on a networked drive that is visible to both the Mac and Windows computers. This problem started recently, so Gary, you are making me wonder if a recent update to Windows could have blocked access. I'll have to check that out.