Connecting Adobe Photoshop with Bridge

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Mar 16, 2022 Mar 16, 2022

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I'm having trouble connecting my adobe photoshop to bridge. I have to choose Tools>Photoshop>Load Files Into Photoshop Layers, but when I do it asks me to update my photoshop and the files don't even open in photoshop as layers....SOS!!!

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Adobe Employee , Mar 17, 2022 Mar 17, 2022
Hi there, Thanks for reaching out. I’d love to help you figure that out. We are here to help. Could you please share the version of Adobe Bridge & Photoshop (Help > About Bridge & Help > About Photoshop) and the specific macOS version you are working on? Have you recently updated Adobe Bridge or Photoshop, or the operating system? Has it started to happen after? Have you tried any troubleshooting steps? Please ensure Photoshop is up to date by following this article: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/uptodate.html...

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Mar 17, 2022 Mar 17, 2022

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out. I’d love to help you figure that out. We are here to help.

Could you please share the version of Adobe Bridge & Photoshop (Help > About Bridge & Help > About Photoshop) and the specific macOS version you are working on? Have you recently updated Adobe Bridge or Photoshop, or the operating system? Has it started to happen after? Have you tried any troubleshooting steps?

 

Please ensure Photoshop is up to date by following this article: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/uptodate.html

 

Please ensure Photoshop & Bridge have permissions needed on the Mac by following the steps suggested below:  

  1.  Go to the System Preferences for your Mac, then Security and Privacy, then select the Privacy tab.  
  2. Then select Accessibility from the list to the left. Check if Photoshop & Bridge are added to the list with a checkmark in front of it.  
  3. If Photoshop & Bridge are not a part of the list, please add it by unlocking the window first using the lock at the bottom left, then clicking the + icon & navigating to the Applications folder.  
  4. Also, grant permissions to Photoshop & Bridge under Full disk access found in the same list as Accessibility. It should look as shown below for Lightroom Classic. In your case, it has to be identical for Photoshop & Bridge.
    SameerK_0-1647517878182.png
  5. Once done, restart the Mac & check if it helps. 

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Apr 02, 2022 Apr 02, 2022

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Thank you for trying to help me, it was only a matter of upgrading the software. Ugh, LOL

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