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Bridge Color Tag question (why different than Lightroom?)

Explorer ,
Feb 11, 2020

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hello,

 

can someone tell me why images that i tag with a RED color in lightroom show a WHITE color tag in bridge?

 

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Bridge Color Tag question (why different than Lightroom?)

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hello,

 

can someone tell me why images that i tag with a RED color in lightroom show a WHITE color tag in bridge?

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Labels are stored as text in a file, not color. Your label names must match between Bridge and Lightroom. You can change one or both to the same set and then your label colors will match.

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Enthusiast ,
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you mean instead of RED it is stored as LABEL1 in the metadata?

lightroom is interpreting LABEL1 as RED and bridge as WHITE.

 

i wonder why adobe is not synchronizing that at least between their own apps.

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https://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjournal/2009/01/sharing_labels_between_lightro.html

 

why they do it that way, why they have no unified standard for color labels ..... i still don´t get.

but at least i know how to fix it.

 

 

 

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