With the recent iterations of Adobe Bridge, specifically the 2023 and 2024 versions, there has been a significant change in how the software handles thumbnails and previews.
In Bridge 2022, both the thumbnail and preview sizes were adjustable according to user preferences. This allowed for a highly customizable user experience, catering to individual needs and workflow requirements.
However, in Bridge 2023 and 2024, only the thumbnail size adheres to user-defined settings. When a RAW file is selected, the preview is automatically generated, regardless of the previously set preview size. This change, while potentially beneficial for some, may not suit everyone's workflow.
I propose the introduction of separate settings for thumbnails and previews. This would provide users with greater control over their interface, allowing them to optimize their workspace according to their specific needs.
Having separate settings for these two features would ensure that Bridge continues to offer a flexible and personalized user experience.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this matter and hope to see this change implemented in future updates.
I want Embedded Preview back again, thanks
Hi, @Cowboy Ho. I'm sorry, I am having problems understanding your wish.
When a raw image is created, there can be a jpg Embedded preview. This will be used for fast presentation until some adjustments have been made to the image. After that, the image needs to display the adjustments. Are you saying you want the embedded jpg to be displayed and not display any adjustments you have made to your image?
I'm not sure I understand why anyone would want to look at the pre-enhanced versions of their images. Can you elaborate on why such would be desired?
Meanwhile, if you have suggestions and/or wishes for Bridge, the best place to enter those is at: https://adobebridge.uservoice.com/
This forum is primarily intended to help those with specific issues with Bridge, not feature requests. Those of us who monitor this site are volunteers and do not work for Adobe. Sadly, Adobe doesn't listen to us anymore or less than they do to you! :>)