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Robyn 06-08-2013 10:50 PM

Adobe Mini Bridge - do you use it?
Do you use Adobe Bridge? I do all the time and couldn't image working in Photoshop without it.

I don't, however, use Mini Bridge as much, but this video showed me some tips that I wasn't aware of and I'll be sure to use it much more now! The video is using CS6. I only have CS5 so there were some features that I don't have, but I still found it very useful.

Check it out HERE if you are interested.

NancyP 06-09-2013 02:47 AM

Re: Adobe Mini Bridge - do you use it?
WOW you gals with CS are talking a foreign language to li'l ole PSE me!! But its interesting!!!!:))

kabrak1207 06-09-2013 04:30 AM

Re: Adobe Mini Bridge - do you use it?
I too use it all the time - I started out in PSE and loved the photo bin. This replaces that for my workflow :-) I do have to remember though to rastersize the smart objects before I start doing my detail work. . . .

Robyn 06-09-2013 08:06 AM

Re: Adobe Mini Bridge - do you use it?
In the general preferences you can uncheck the box that says 'Place or Drag Raster Images as Smart Objects'. You would then need to close and reopen PS for that change in preference to take effect.

kabrak1207 06-09-2013 09:46 AM

Re: Adobe Mini Bridge - do you use it?
Well, did NOT know that - thanks!!! One of the things I really do like with mini bridge is the fact that it resizes things when I drag and drop. I do a lot of brag books for little books for the grandkids and I love to drag and drop and have it resize automatically. I also like that it makes my work area so much more nice and tidy!!!

Studio4 Designworks 06-09-2013 11:26 AM

Re: Adobe Mini Bridge - do you use it?
I use Bridge all the time, but I've not looked into Mini Bridge. I work with 2 monitors at home and 3 monitors at work and I have Bridge open on one of them all the time when I'm designing. It's so helpful! You can drag & drop, delete and other great things. I've just updated to CS6, so it's time for more tutorials! I must check that one out - thanks for sharing.

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