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How to show additional metadata in content panel

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Oct 21, 2019 Oct 21, 2019

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While it is possible to select which metadata should be visible both in list view and thumbnail view in the content panel, only a small subset of metadata values are available. Is there any way to extend the available options to allow showing other metadata values?

 

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Community Expert , Oct 21, 2019 Oct 21, 2019

Hi Adim,

 

Nope, that's about it. However, if you also have the Metadata panel showing, pretty much all of your metadata is there for viewing.

 

Let me add here though that while the Bridge structure is very limited in some ways, in other ways there is a lot to work with. Personally I HATE the default layout and find it astonishingly silly that Adobe puts the Preview into a tiny region in the top right while the content is taking the limelight in the large middle section. 

 

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Hi Adim,

 

Nope, that's about it. However, if you also have the Metadata panel showing, pretty much all of your metadata is there for viewing.

 

Let me add here though that while the Bridge structure is very limited in some ways, in other ways there is a lot to work with. Personally I HATE the default layout and find it astonishingly silly that Adobe puts the Preview into a tiny region in the top right while the content is taking the limelight in the large middle section. 

 

You may already be aware of this but in case you do not, you can move the panels around within the Bridge Window, remove them from the Bridge window, and then save what you like as a personal workspace. You can also have multiple workspaces if you like. Simply mouse-down on the top of a panel and drag it to where you'd want it to be. 

 

You are limited to three columns of panels, but no limit as to how many panels in each space and you can have multiple rows in each column.

 

Sorry but that's about as much as I can come up with here. I did write a blog about Bridge a number of years and while this is out of date on a number of issues, the whole structure of how to work with what's mentioned above is dealt with in detail. I hope this is of value to you.

 

https://forums.adobe.com/community/creativepipeline/blog/2016/11/11/bridge-part-1-making-bridge-work...

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You could also create a custom inspector panel but that would require scripting.

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I'm a big fan of scripting, and tried to find a way to extend the context menu for the columns of the content panes list view, but found nothing. The thing is that the list view gives a fantastic overview that is not as good with a custom inspector panel.

 

I wanted to be brief in the post, but I realise more detail would have been good. I'm currently working on a project where I'm writing a cusotm node handling extension, and need to show custom metadata for the container and leaf nodes. It would be wonderful if it was possible to reuse the existing content panel instead of having to re-invent it, but the fact that it might not be possible to show any metadata of choice might be a blocker.

 

If you are aware of any method to extend the available metadata fields in the list column view I would be more than interested!

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