I updated to Bridge 2023 just a few days ago and found a lot of bugs that make my workflow so troubled! I want to go back to the older version. Can anybody guide me on how to roll back? Many thanks in advance.
I would like to know that too!
I too updated to 2023 and am very incontent with a lot of changes in the workflow. Normally I keep older versions and don’t let them to be deinstalled … but in this case I’m too on my still unsuccessful way to find the old version 2022 zu „reinstall“.
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I need to do this also, can't proceed with my work until I do. Bridge 2023 just isnt working.
I went back to the old version of Bridge and ACR. My computer thanks me!
This option appears to be limited to folks who actually have any of the Adobe Plans. If you have a free version, you may not be able to do the following.
To go back to any previous version, first, go into the Adobe Creative Cloud application. Be sure that you have the "All Apps" tab selected.
Then, left-click on the "ellipse" just after the "Open" button. Select "Other versions," and you should be good to select the previous version you want.
Thanks Gary, most helpful. One nit-picky item: those three dots are an "ellipsis," not an "ellipse." Yeah, I know. I'm annoying. Now if I could just get Bridge working like it used to...
Delighted to be corrected, even when it's a typo on my part and auto correct.
I'll be more careful in the future!
Thank you. I can now re start work without the pain of the last update. To think I pay for crap updates !!!!
Thanks a lot, Gary. It worked and now I'm back to the better older version.
Thank you! I've got the lovely old verson back now. Thanks for your reply! Very helpful!
I made a big mistake by updating today. There is no ellipse next to my app, only "Open."
It should be in Creative Cloud and should look like this:
If the elipsis aren't there you might want to try updating Creative Cloud. Hope that helps! Just curious what version you updated to. I know they just rolled out an update but I've been afraid to try it.