I never use Bridge. I find it a waste of hard drive space and pointless. And, if anything, detrimental due to the additional hard drive space it's cache files can chew up.
In theory Adobe wants you to use Bridge to manage your files -- essentially replacing the Mac OS Finder or Windows Explorer to move, rename, and other organizational operations. Over the ...
In Creative Cloud releases, this seems to have changed to a rather unintuitive process:
Get your layers ready to make frames from as usual.
Open the timeline panel by going to Window › Timeline.
You should see Create Video Timeline in the middle of the panel. Use the little arrow button next to it to switch it to Create Frame Animation, and then click it. ...
Thanks to Yisela for letting us know it was removed as a feature in CS4.
There are some alternative programs out there that accomplish this like IrfanView on Windows which also does a wonderful job at displaying .psd files as well.
It turns out on Mac OS there is a product made by Adobe that allows svgs as well appropriately called Adobe SVG Viewer. I can'...
If the Adobe forums are any indication, this isn't possible. This thread from 2010 concludes that it isn't possible, and this search shows a smattering of chatter about the subject, all older but with no solutions.
I checked out the preferences (as you undoubtedly did) and didn't see anything myself in Bridge CS5.
If this information is outdated and a ...
As a designer, I used to consider it redundant and a waste of space. I have gotten a little bit into hobby photography to compliment my profession. Adobe Bridge is an amazing tool here, to go over it quickly:
If you are a photographer, you have many many images to deal with. You can use it to organize your pictures in a much quicker and efficient way than ...
Aside from its image browsing and management capabilities, I use Bridge to synchronise colour profiles that I use for different clients and printers to ensure that the same profile is applied across Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator. This ensures consistency in my work.
This is only a workaround but you can do disable High DPI support for bridge.exe by using an external manifest file. To do this you need to edit your windows registry to enable external manifest files:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > SideBySide
Add a DWORD called "PreferExternalManifest" and set it to "1"
Now create ...
I do not believe Photoshop let you do this (at least not in CS6). The trick is to use Adobe Bridge (kind of a file explorer Adobe bundles with Photoshop).
It is actually quite easy with Bridge:
Open Adobe Bridge
Select/highlight all the photos/files you want to export
Find the Output window in top right of Adobe Bridge (if you are using CC [2017 or earlier]...
Here, I slightly modified this script by Mike Hale. This script will ask for a folder and then will process all subfolders with images. Things to change:
Make sure path to your Photoshop Scripts folder is correct (line 2);
This script is scanning for .png files, modify the extension in line 24 (folders[i].getFiles('*.png'););
PSDs will be saved to each ...
The drawback ...
Adobe Bridge is not capable of manipulating or editing images, in that sense. Bridge is primarily meant for browsing and managing files.
In order to edit images, you will need a raster-based editing program such as Photoshop or Gimp.
While Bridge does allow you to watermark images in bulk, it is my understanding that it does so using Photoshop ...
The Output tab in Adobe Bridge does this (see the pink dots below):
You can select for instance 12 images, use the Layout section to select 12 columns and 1 row. You can also arrange these in a grid by doing a 3 rows x 4 columns or similar setup.
In the Overlays section you can include the filename without extension and customize the font, font size, etc.
I took Lucian's advice and posted to the Adobe Fresco board.
Adobe response summarized here:
Adobe Cloud Documents are "in their infancy" so there will be things
that can be done with them in the future that can't be done right now.
So, currently, the only way to access both your Creative Cloud Files
and your Cloud Documents is either on https://...
Go to File → Automate → Pdf Presentation
(a window will appear where you can add, open file or browse)
Make sure that multiple page document is checked
Other options leave as it is (default uncheck all)
click ok to save
a pop click on high quality print
click save pdf
Other option without Photoshop you can merge or combine
Download the small ...
Done stores changes in the sidecar file (or metadata) but does not directly apply them to the image. (So you can come back later and further adjust before actually applying anything.)
Save applies the changes to the image.
The same is generally true for any Adobe dialog window with both a "done" and "save" button.
(Small tip.. you should never save a jpg ...
Up unitil recently you could access the Mini Bridge panel by going to Window → Mini Bridge. This was however removed from InDesign as of the CC 2015.4 update.
You can still use the full Bridge (pre CC you can use "Compact Mode", or in CC just resize the window and it will rearrange similar to Compact Mode) or you can use CC Libraries as a ...
Adobe has released a new update of Adobe Bridge (CC 2018) on 16 July 2018 with support for SVG and PNG files, with transparency grid. The new version build number is 220.127.116.113.
This version is available to install via Adobe Creative Cloud application.
For the sake of documenting this, here's how I would go about it.
To create the files:
From within Acrobat X or XI, open the Actions Wizard and choose "Create New Action"
In the Files to be Processed panel, either choose "Add Files..." under Default option: or choose them explicitly by clicking the document or folder (processes all documents in the ...
Apparently, this has posted as a Suggestion in the Adobe Forums in 2011, subsequently added in the Feedback Section as "Photoshop: Support scalable user interface UI for high resolution monitors".
Seems like there is no 'native' way to do it yet.