I own LR 4 and Photoshop CS6, but am still stuck with ACR 6.7. How do I get ACR 7.0?
ACR 6.7 is for CS5. If you installed PS-CS6 then you have ACR 7.0. Help / About Lightroom shows a Camera Raw version number to indicate what version of the PS-ACR plug-in it is compatible with, but LR does not actually use or contain the plug-in which is only for Photoshop and its kin.
LR 4.1 RC and ACR 7.1 RC are at http://labs.adobe.com/ if you are looking for newer camera support, or just another shot at installing an ACR plug-in for your PS-CS6.
Thank you! I again downloaded the update to ACR 6.7 and it worked this time, opened ACR 7 when I opened an image in Bridge. I had downloaded and installed it once before on 5/20 but everytime I opened an image in Bridge CS6 it still indicated ACR 6.7, very frustrating and confusing. I am not sure what made the difference this time.
I finally figured out what I had to do when going through LR 4 to edit images in ACR 7. I had to go into the LR4 Preferences panel and manually change "Bridge.exe" to refer to Bridge CS6. I had assumed this would happen automatically once Bridge CS 6 and Photoshop CS6 were installed. It does not!
… had assumed this would happen automatically once Bridge CS 6 and Photoshop CS6 were installed. It does not!
No, of course not. Photoshop and Bridge don't give a darn about Lightroom, and neither does their installer.
Are you kidding? Lightroom, Photoshop and Bridge are all in the same family and part of the same workflow. I download my photos into LR and then decide where to do the post-processing, go to Photoshop right away, or first to Bridge and then open the image in Photoshop.