After upgrading PS and Bridge I have the following problems. PS has stripped all of my filters and Plug Ins, Bridge will no longer open files in Camera RAW and cursor key strokes no longer work. If I open a RAW file in PS it seems to be reverting to an older version of Camera RAW.
I have to get everything working again and need to go back to the 2017 versions of the apps - what is the best procedure for doing this?
You will probably need to move your plug-ins from the Plug-ins folder of the previous version of Photoshop. If you haven't done so, restart your computer and see if that helps with cursor keystrokes. Check your Creative Cloud application manager to see if there is an update to Camera Raw that needs to be installed.
Lots of my upgrade problems with opening PS files from bridge, running actions and PS finding previously opened files disappeared when I restarted my computer.
I am having another issue with Adobe Bridge CC 2018. When I do a search, it will only show files from 2016 or earlier.
Nothing from this year. And some searches that worked before, are no longer working. Like Searching for a file that contains "Cycle" in it. I have hundreds, but only 7 show up and even then, only the folders, not the thumbnails.
Good luck with installing the new "updated" bridge. Once i did, I have had several problems with it. First it will not go into full screen preview, in fact it is greyed out in the view menu. Next i cannot use the arrow keys to switch to the next thumbnail in filmstrip mode. In fact i can't even use the delete key to trash an image. I have to right click then select "Move to Trash". This program is a big steaming pile right now.
kglad links in reply #1 here https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2401701 may help
--including links to recover older versions of programs after doing an update
-and SOME direct zip links https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/kb/creative-cloud-apps-download.html
Has anyone solved the 2017/18 Adobe CC Bridge freezing screen issues?