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With the recent Photoshop Update 22.3.0 it seems like it disrupted my color management settings in InDesign (and Illustrator as well). They both get reset to "Simulate: Adobe InDesign 2.0 CMS disabled." I'm on macOS 10.14.6. Anyone else noticed this?
It appears an old bug in Bridge has popped up again. In fact, it JUST happened to me as well this morning.
I tried the old workaround that people offered back then, and so far it has helped again today:
Trashing the color preferences. Close apps, including Bridge, then delete this file:
Reopen Bridge and change your settings.
Check your apps and see if they sync.
Thank you. Deleting that cache file worked – regardless of whether the colors were synchronized with the bridge or not. I wanted to mention that, because in my case, I deliberately do not use synchronization.
I'm sorry you're having a problem.
I'm running Big Sur (11.2.3) on my MacBook Pro. I have the latest of Photoshop 22.3, InDesign 16.1 and Illustrator 25.2.1 and don't seem to have such a problem with color management settings. All are syncing correctly with Adobe Bridge 2021 (11.0.1).
Thank you for checking!
Also happened to me after the upgrade to PS 22.3
I was trying to think back as to what was updated last. I do know that the last time I had gone into Bridge before things went kerflewie it said it wanted to add a new plugin (I think for After Effects?). In any case, the fix (deleting the cache file) seems to be holding days later. Fingers crossed.