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New Here ,
Sep 28, 2020 Sep 28, 2020

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The way the review mode works is that the down-arrow key drops them out of the selection -- and when you Esc out of that, they are no longer selected. I understand that need, but in my case -- I would like the opposite. I would like to have an option for up-arrow key (or to change a setting for the way the down-arrow key works) -- where the ones I drop out of the list are the ones I want selected when Esc out.

 

I realize that I can just drop the ones I don't want and then the ones that I do want -- would be selected. The problem is that in my particular need right now -- it would be much more efficient to drop the ones I actually want.

 

Is there any way to do this -- or is it a feature I would have to request for the future? 

 

Thank you for your time and any suggestions you may have.

 

 

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Community Expert , Sep 28, 2020 Sep 28, 2020

Hi Richard,

 

Unfortunately Bridge offers no mechanism to customize Keybord Shortcuts. 

 

You can always go to Bridge's Uservoice

https://adobebridge.uservoice.com

 

and make a request. You will not be the first to request this and I am willing to go out on a hook and say you will not be the last.

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Hi Richard,

 

Unfortunately Bridge offers no mechanism to customize Keybord Shortcuts. 

 

You can always go to Bridge's Uservoice

https://adobebridge.uservoice.com

 

and make a request. You will not be the first to request this and I am willing to go out on a hook and say you will not be the last.

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New Here ,
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Not only do I appreciate your prompt reply and info, but after the day I've had -- you can't imagine how much I appreciated this line: "You will not be the first to request this and I am willing to go out on a hook and say you will not be the last."

 

I got a good chuckle out of that! :o) It just confounds me to no end -- that people smart enough to have such a fantastic feature in the first place, wouldn't think to build some flexiblity into its operation. 

 

Thanks again, Gary!

 

 

 

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Hey, I'm delighted in times like these to be able to provide a chuckle. 

 

Take care, be well.

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Hi Richard

 

I too was baffled by the way "Review Mode" works. Made no sense at all. Today I was in "Review Mode" and using the down arrow to 'Select' files that I wanted to delete, only to find that when I closed out, I was actually DE-selecting them from the hundreds of others in the folder. This was REALLY annoying.

 

Searched Google and found this thread - no solution but I couldn't believe that there was no way around this. I shouldn't have to select hundreds of files I want to keep to in order for the system to de-select them, leaving the few dozen I want to delete selected. There MUST be a way to do this in Bridge. Thankfully I have found the way to do it!! 

 

When you close out of "Review Mode" and have all of the 'wrong' files selected:

 

Click 'Edit' then choose 'Invert Selection' from the dropdown (Ctrl+Shift+I) 

 

VOILA! 

 

Nice to have a chuckle - better to have a solution 😉 Hope this helps - appreciate the thread is a couple of months old.

 

Cheers,

Nigel

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