Bridge 2023 is bringing with it an "intriguing" and vastly annoying new occurrence.
When I am trying to open an image by the usual means, the file cannot be found!???
I have changed absolutely nothing. Never ever had that problem in any of the older versions of Bridge.
All I can do at the moment is yell: HELP please
If you are using Windows I suspect that your problem is the same as mine. Windows does not accept Adobe Bridge, or Adobe Photoshop as Apps and therefore they are not listed, which apparently means that in Windows 'mind' they do not exist. I have been trying for 3 days to get this sorted and so far zilch!
Hi, yes I am on Windows 10.
However, as far as I can see, Adobe Bridge and Adobe Photoshop are recognised as apps! They are definitely listed as apps. So, whereto from here?
The images show up in Bridge, when I try to enlarge them, I get the above message.
There must be something in the Bridge setup that makes it look in the wrong places
Hi @joziG ,
Thanks for your feedback.
Could you share the following details about the issue:
Thank you for coming back to me.
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
OS Build 19044.2130
8 GB RAM (Wish my PC would allow upgrading)
JPG association in Bridge Explore settings
I suppose, the last may be the crux of the matter?
Looking forward to be hearing from you.
Hi @joziG ,
Thankyou for providing the required information.
Can you please try and set Photoshop 2023 in File Type Associations for JPEG.
1. Go to Bridge application.
2. Preferences > File Type Associations
3. JPEG. set Photoshop 2023 as application to use when accessing JPEG files.
If photoshop 2023 is not listed you can choose browse then navigate to the photoshop installed folder and select photoshop.exe. This will resolve your problem.
If you still facing the same problem, please let me know.
Thank you, Shubham, It works like a dream