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Adobe Bridge CS3 Not Retaining Some Settings

 
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Mar 04, 2008 20:23 |  #1

Hey, guys ... I need some assistance with bridge. It retains all but one setting. THE ONE FREAKING SETTING that really annoys me badly, I have it set not to require the ctrl key when rating/labeling photos. You can imagine my annoyance when I press a button to label, and have the selected item jump around, specially after I select a bunch of photos I want to label as "Print" so I can pick them up for processing when I'm done ... very aggravating.

So, how do I fix this? I uninstalled CS3, then CS2, then reinstalled CS3. I get the same result in Bridge. I've diddled with the registry, still get the same problem. Now I'm worried I created a whole new problem by opening bridge before I updated it... you see, I have my keywords set up in a nice hierarchy....

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Mar 05, 2008 20:02 |  #2

Bridge is buggy, i've heard people with this specific complaint before, but on my PC it works fine. On my PC Bridge won't open ACR though.


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Mar 05, 2008 20:45 |  #3

Hmm.. I did some poking around with Sysinternals tools, and got interesting results. It definitely writes the setting to the registry (Checked writes a binary 1, unchecked writes a binary 0) But, it never reads the setting from the registry.


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