I've noticed that since Bridge CS5 came out, the filter on date is not working
Don't experience this behavior on my system, works as expected. Can you
specify which date are viewing, date created or date modified or both?
And can you provide a screenshot of what you are seeing including the
metadata panel content panel and filter panel?
Have you already tried a purge cache for selection (choose the file you are
looking at and with right mouse click choose purge cache for selection)
Ok, here's a screenshot from today. As you can see, the date on my computer is Sept. 9th, and the Date Created and Date Modified in the Metadata panel says "Today". (The photo was taken today, Sept. 9th.) But if you look at the Filter Panel in the lower left, I've not been given a choice of "Today" but had to click "Yesterday" to see this,and other photos taken on the 9th.)
Sorry, hope you can read the details...
Sorry, hope you can read the details...
Thanks, screenshot is clear, I see it but can't believe my eyes I'm
Tried to reproduce it on my system but can't achieve this, pictures shot at
same day as 'today' give today in the filter panel and yesterday also
You have of course already checked the date and time of your camera?
But that should reflect also the data in the EXIF shown under file
properties in the Metadata section.
Assuming you have already tried to reset the Bridge Preferences (holding
down option key while restarting Bridge) you could also repeat this after
having manual deleted the AdobeBridge4.plist file from the preference folder
in the User library.
If still no luck, a way to narrow the possibilities down is if you have CS4
still installed you could try it in Bridge CS4 with the same files.
If it shows correct in CS4 it might be related to your CS5 install or to
NEF from D200 and Bridge CS5.
If it shows also incorrect in CS4 it might be related with your User account
I no longer have Bridge CS4 installed, so I cannot try your suggestion (yet -- I could try it on another computer soon).
I tried everything else you suggested, Omar, and nothing changed.
… Omar, and nothing changed…
Oops! Sorry! I meant Omke.
I should also have mentioned that this only happens with one of my 3 cameras,
the Olympus EP-2. Images from both the Leica DLUX-4 and Nikon D200 do not show
Then there lies probably your answer, it is due to Olympus Exif. Wether it
has wrong exif or Adobe does not correspond with it I don't know but since
others files do have no problem it is almost certain the EP-2 I'm afraid.
Best go is to dive into Google for other stories or try the the contact
button at the top of this forum page to open a case with Adobe Tech Support
and find also tech support for your Olympus.
I edited out that comment about the EP-2 .ORF files. If you go back and look at the screenshot I posted earlier, you'll see that the example I gave was for NEF files from my D200. So it is NOT camera specific.
I edited out that comment about the EP-2 .ORF files. If you go back and look
at the screenshot I posted earlier, you'll see that the example I gave was for
NEF files from my D200. So it is NOT camera specific.
Sorry for that, have been away some time and respond using email so did not
see the whole thread...
Still puzzled and can't reproduce this behavior on my system. For the sake
of experiment you could try to create a new user account just for testing
and see if this is giving same behavior.
I agree it is still a wild shot (but then again also a wild problem...) and
it will tell if the current user account is the problem or not
Does anyone have any clues on this? I use this feature a lot... I'm tempted to go back to CS4 until it's resolved.
I'm having the same issue in my Bridge CS5. CS5 displays modified date of files I worked on today as "yesterday."
I do not have the issue looking at the same files/folder in Bridge CS3. (CS3 displays correct modified date)
Come on Adobe - how hard would this be to fix???
Moved this discussion to the enduring forum.