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Bridge thumbnail adjustment icons gone... Bridge 11.1.1.185

Community Beginner ,
Dec 21, 2021 Dec 21, 2021

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So, I always use the adjustment icons (crop & adjust in ACR) on my Bridge thumbnails to see what I have edited/modified/croped so I don't reopen files that are done. Today those icons are gone. I can not find the preference or view menu to get them back... Help!   Bridge 11.1.1.185

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Dec 21, 2021 Dec 21, 2021

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Hi Ross, I'll bet your names and ratings and things like that are also missing?

 

Go to the bottom right corner of the Content Panel to the dropdown menu that shows this:

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If thumbnails is checked, uncheck it.

 

Let me know if this solves your problem.

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 21, 2021 Dec 21, 2021

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Gary,

Thumbnail settings are correct. I'm looking at 213 files that I made token adjustments at the edit yesterday, (maybe 30 or so files). Definately had indicator/icons last night.  This mornning, nothing. I'm going to write this off to mystery as returning to the files, command R, after ACR open, touch nothing, hit  DONE, and icons back...   Little tiny electrons, tiny transistors, bazillion lines of code and mysteries happen

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I think this sounds like an example why Einstein's statement about the Definition of Insanity "Doing the same thing twice but expecting a different outcome." 

 

Obviously Einstein never dealt with a computer!

 

Glad it worked out.

 

p.s., what happened to you is what usually is fixed by what I sent you. That's why I sent it to you! ;>)

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