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Huge adjustment and crop icons covering most of the thumbnail

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Mar 06, 2024 Mar 06, 2024

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I have 4K screen. Huge adjustment and crop icons are covering most of the thumbnail. I set the size of thumbnails to the smallest available for which the file name is displayed. Moreover - the file name doesn't fit into the single line! And they are standard file names: 8 letters + 3 letters extension. A single row of thumbnails takes very much of the vertical space.

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The situation gets even worse when you further decrease the thumbnails size - I can no longer see the images underneath:

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I have set the UI scaling to the lowest setting - no luck.

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In Bridge 2022 everything is working fine - the icons are small and the file name fits in a single line.

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Please fix the scaling.

 

Issues found in: Adobe Bridge 14.0.2 (and earlier, after 2022 edition)

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Mar 06, 2024 Mar 06, 2024

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You are correct that as you decrease the thumbnail size, the various badges overlap the image, and the text is removed. Currently there is no way around this if the Thumbnail or Grid view. However, if you select either the List View or the Detail View, the badges to NOT cover up the thumbnail and the full text can be seen. However, this does come at the expense of seeing fewer items at a time. 

 

By the way, if you uncheck "Tiles," the thumbnail will be a tad bit larger.

 

Sometimes, Bridge, like photography, is a battle of compromises.

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