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Bridge 13.01.583

Community Beginner ,
Dec 14, 2022 Dec 14, 2022

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The Search window has been replaced with a "Criteria Box" or something. I rely on the Search Window to Search for files by Filename. I can find any file from the previous Search Window faster and with fewer clicks than this ackward Critera Box. The only workaround I've found is to sift through hundreds of files alphbetically. Yuck!

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Community Expert , Dec 14, 2022 Dec 14, 2022

If you look just to the right of that field is a dropdown button. When you click on that, you can select where the search is going to, well, search.

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In addition to that, if you select the Advanced Search option, you'll get the same thing if you press Command/Control-f, which is pretty powerful.

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Dec 14, 2022 Dec 14, 2022

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Hi @Sudsbucket 

 

Just to make sure we're talking about the same thing, can you provide a screenshot of what you're talking about?

 

Thanks.

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Took a minute, It appears to be a new forn of Sort window. However, there's nowhere to enter a Filename.

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If you look just to the right of that field is a dropdown button. When you click on that, you can select where the search is going to, well, search.

2022-12-14_14-10-21.png

In addition to that, if you select the Advanced Search option, you'll get the same thing if you press Command/Control-f, which is pretty powerful.

2022-12-14_14-12-17.png

Does this/these give you what you need?

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Thank you, somehow it was hiden, with your help I found it and the standard Search Window I'm used to using. This is all I need. I rarily use Bridge to sort images, I use it to Find images by Filename. Thanks for your help.

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