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I have avoided any updates for as long as possible because every time Adobe forces updates they only wreak havoc and create problems that hinder workflow and efficiencies. For as much as I pay for Adobe's monthly services you'd think they'd be able to function properly, but alas, here we are. Prior to updating I could simply open Bridge to select my raw images to batch then I could chose to open them into photoshop or save them, but if I simply closed it out any adjustments I had made when would be saved on the raw image. Now, after selecting numerous images, taking the time to make tedious adjustments to each file and then click on the down arrow next to open to see what my options were (in the latest update as this was the first time using it) the screen just blinks and all images do NOT open into Photoshop and also did not save ANY of the adjustments I had just made. So, I again select images make the changes and this time click the down arrow to save, as a jpg. Then go back and select the jpg to open into Photoshop. Why does the latest upgrade not Support Raw images!? Side notes, latest update also removed my previous plug-ins which I now have to spend time troubleshooting. Every forced update just wreaks havoc on my workflow and processing. It's VERY FRUSTRATING as a consumer who pays money each month for services that constantly disappoint. Please do better, Adobe!
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Hi, @jamieb17977390, this is a bug that appeared very early on with the release of Bridge 13, then was fixed, and now has returned. Ironically, it has not returned for everyone. I, for example, have not had this return for me, but that means nothing to you because you DO have the issue—now!
What I was doing when this first came up was to manually either drag the raw/DNG images onto the Photoshop icon in my Dock or right-click and select Open in PS. This would open them in ACR, and then when clicking on the Open button in ACR would open them in PS.
This process worked completely while I waited for the bug to be fixed.
The only area where there were complications was with JPG or TIFF images that had not yet been adjusted in ACR. However, once they had been "touched" by ACR, the above trick works.
I wish I could say more, hopefully, this will be fixed soon.