How do I hide this "camera raw changes" small icon from my images?
ctlr+T doesn't hide it anymore. Why Adobe makes things only for worse with each update?
Hi @Jacek Pilarski First, I do not have an answer for you, but I am curious: why would you want to hide the indicator that shows you what images you have processed via ACR from those you've not processed yet?
Again, this is just a curiosity question. How does your workflow make this indicator a bad thing?
I think I can answer that question. I use bridge for multiple purposes.
1: For sorting and filing I'd definitely prefer the ACR adjustment icon view on.
2: However, I also use Bridge when colour grading 'teams' of images for our photography and art staff. A completely 'clean' view in Bridge is what I need when doing this.
I grade an image into the 'team look' by adjusting it while viewing it next to other images in the team. Adobe bridge is great for managing the 'team-in-view' part of this process. It keeps the memory foot-print small. I only have open just just the image I'm grading. Yet Bridge can quickly bring into view the entire team. Or just a few key team players without the mess of having them open . It makes for fast, easy and efficient grading. And to process results in 'tight' looking teams.
When viewing images in bridge, it's much harder to sense of how tight the 'team-look' of the images is getting as I grade them, if there are honking great icons above each image that distract and compete for my eyes attention. There are times when all that extra information is good to have in view. And There are times when a completely 'clean' view is what you need.
I'd love for there to be an option to turn those adjustment icons off when I'm colour grading.
@PECourtejoie A big THANKS. In all the years of using Bridge since <v.1, I never knew that. Partly because it never occurred to me that such a thing would be important, but @peterm34359157 did a great job explaining why it's important to him. Seeing those icons was important to know that those with them had been adjusted and those without had not.
Hopefully, Adobe will see this thread and reinstitute Command/Control-t.