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Browse in Bridge CS6 from Photoshop CS6

Dec 4, 2012 4:39 AM

Tags: #photoshop #cs6 #browse #bridge_problem

I’m really looking for a "reveal in Finder" function.

Seems like the "Browse in Bridge" is the nearest thing in Photoshop CS6.

 

The first time I used the browse-command, it showed me the picture in Bridge. All good.

Suddenly it only switches to Bridge and nothing else happens.

Same thing for the "browse in Mini Bridge" command.

 

I checked, and the same ting happens whether the file is on my drive or on the company server.

 

Anyone got a tip?

 

Thanks.

 
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    Dec 4, 2012 6:11 AM   in reply to omn247

    The Script Paul Riggott provided in

    http://forums.adobe.com/thread/907963

    might help.

    It should open the Folder containg the active document in Bridge and MiniBridge – not quite sure, though …

     

    You could use a Keyboard Shortcut to trigger it or raise it via a Configurator Panel button.

     
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    Dec 4, 2012 12:19 PM   in reply to omn247

    I don't know about the mac version of cs6, but in the windows version one can right click on the document tab and choose Reveal in Explorer.

    Does the mac version have a similar function?

     

     

     

    Untitled-1.png

     
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    Dec 4, 2012 12:44 PM   in reply to omn247

    It looks like the mac version has Reveal in Finder if you right click on the document tab.

     

     

    Untitled-1a.png

     
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    Dec 4, 2012 11:22 PM   in reply to R_Kelly

    Thanks, I did not know about that.

     
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    Dec 5, 2012 7:54 AM   in reply to omn247

    If you are NOT using the Application Frame (documents in tabs) you can use the long time Mac feature to view the file path .

     

    Just right click on the document name in the title bar. It will show the complete file path.

    You can even select any point in this path and it will open the selected folder in the Finder.

     

    If you just want to know where the file is on your hard drive, the procedure is faster and also keeps the focus on Photoshop rather that opening a Finder window that will come to the front and have the Finder take the focus away from Photoshop.

     

    file_path.jpg

     
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