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Bridge Stacks - bug

Nov 14, 2013 7:46 AM

Hi all,


I'm using Bridge to sort medias on a server. I added keywords and and created stackes with files.

My medias are in a "server" who allow other users with Adobe Bridge to used them.


I saw a tricky bug with my stackes. After fiews days of use, my stacks are deleted.

I know that those informations are in the .BridgeSort file and this file stay in the right place.


My problem is that this file is changed without my interference.

Has someone an idea to solve this problem?


In advance, thanks you for your help!


  • Omke Oudeman
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    Nov 14, 2013 8:45 AM   in reply to bastieneichenberger

    Supposing with stacks deleted you mean the files are still there but not any more in a stack?


    Stacks can be very tricky, and for some reason they can disappear all or partly in one folder. I have this sometimes when being to fast with renaming files or some other keystrokes. it is very troublesome indeed.


    Also Bridge is not officially supported for use over a network. It is very sad but sometimes I can do weeks without groups unstacking themselves and out of the blue the are gone.


    For me they are for saving space in the content window and can be easily redone. If you rely heavily on stacks you better use a second safety like rating or maybe better a specialized keyword so you can find them back.

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    Nov 14, 2013 8:57 AM   in reply to bastieneichenberger

    Not a solution but you might be able to use a backup using "Manual Sort Backup" script in the Bridge section @

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    Nov 21, 2013 2:34 AM   in reply to bastieneichenberger

    You can report bugs here..

    But anything to do with Bridge seems to be ignored, so best of luck!

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