I just purchased a home computer (imac) to work from home on certain days and the cs6 bridge output option was a vital key to my job on my work computer. Downloading all the new CC programs with the creative cloud app, I came across Bridge not even having that function at all. Looked all around and did the whole AOM output module folder thing that was on this site and it gives me a blank output page so that didn't really help. Scowered the forums and usually found the same problem amongst others. Followed all the guidelines and trouble shooting and still can't get it to work.
It would be amazing to see an update to bridge CC that can actually update bridge to have the output function. If not, I guess I have to keep at finding ways to get CC to work with these files.
If anyone knows a way for me to work this out (can't find any solutions online/on the forums) or a quick alternative, please let me know ASAP as this issue is relatively time sensitive and would love to have it up and running like the old bridge.
Adobe seem to have made it as difficult as they possibly could for subscribers to both find and install an operational AOM panel.
First make sure that you follow the installation instructions precisely and are installing the files into the correct folders and in the correct Root-level MacHD/Library (and not the Users Library) as described in the following document:
If you still get a blank Output Panel, install Ps CS6 and Bridge CS6 in addition to Bridge CC because their seems to be something missing in the CC code.
Thanks for the reply!
I seem to have followed that article inside and out and still comes up blank for me. Based on your images, I pretty sure I've got everything in the same place.
I've also been trying all day to find a way to download CS6 but for some reason my CC account doesn't have any version besides CC. I downloaded via internet so I don't have a cs6 disc.
Couldn't you simply download Ps CS6 from Adobe's site as a Trial and then install it (and Bridge CS6 too) by using your existing CS6 S/N?
Adobe have made the Links to CS6 almost impossible to find but this should get you to the downloads:
However, that doesn't seem to lead to a Free trial version after all so I guess that if you didn't make a DVD or a back-up of your original CS6 download, you will need to call Customer Service.
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