When you type something in the search bar, there will be a line appearing below it for matching items in the keywords for the mogrts Premiere "sees". Click that, and then it should show you any items matching that search. And further, what is available will change naturally as you tell it where to look ... so you should select Local Folder or Libraries or both.
i tried its not working
when i type any letter or word which i can see in the list
it said no matching search results
i tried other laptop but it works
only my computer has a problem
i'm looking for option except formating my window
Can you share a screenshot of your essential graphics panel, before and after you search?
Its loaded with my Question
So u can download
Can u see it?
What do you see with the Local Templates and Libraries boxes checked, but nothing in the search bar? This is weird ...
Yes its weird and i coulnd't find solution yet...
even i reinstall Premiere pro, still the same
maybe format OS is the only way...
A normal uninstall process wouldn't fix something like this.
Download the Adobe CC Cleaner Tool from their site. Use that rather odd utility applet to do BOTH the uninstall and removal processes. I know the instructions say uninstall first but DON'T. I've plenty of experience personally and on this forum with that tool.
It's kind of confusing but keep working through the numerical options until you get to a message asking you to confirm your wish to completely remove Premiere Pro and all its files. Do so.
Reboot and reinstall. This may work and thankfully is a fairly short process.
i have tried cc cleaner already but didn't work...
maybe OS format is the only way...
Did you uninstall Premiere prior to running the Cleaner Tool? If so, that could be why it didn't work. About half the time, when I've uninstalled prior to running the cleaner tool, it has not "worked". I'd reinstall Premiere, but the problem continued.
At that point, simply running the Cleaner tool without uninstalling Premiere, then rebooting and reinstalling, and the problem was fixed.