Note that I am flying blind here as you haven't provided any sensible, meaningful and detailed information about your setup.
If you gave some sensible, complete and detailed information, someone may be able to help you, such as your platform (Mac or Win), exact versions of your OS, of Photoshop and of Bridge, machine specs, what troubleshooting steps you have taken so far, etc.
There are no clairvoyants or mind readers here.
Please read this FAQ for advice on how to ask your questions correctly for quicker and better answers:
No "clairvoyants or mind readers here?"
The quality of most of the posts are as such--brief, at times, perhaps insubstantial.
Which is WHY, if one elects to submit a response, such responses probe into FURTHER questionings.
This IS the nature of DIALOGUE. And MOST posts follow such informalities.
But goodness gracious, the time in which it took to reply with such a "sensible, complete" response, and the emphatic repetition of a "sensibly" driven response WITHOUT having known or provided ACTUAL solutions to my question does cause one to ponder WHERE the ACTUAL experts are?
Perhaps your expertise in "sensible, meaningful and detailed information" could be better utilized through tutorials of some kind--of course, repetitive, "sensible, complete" logistics--posted on youtube.
Good day...er, good early day to you.
by the way, WHERE is, um, station_one?
You totally lost me there, and I have no clue as to what your last question means.
My first reply was boilerplate text, which took me less that one second to insert.
What are you going on about "dialogue"? This is a user forum where we try to help each other out. I'm not here to debate or entertain other users.
If you had read the FAQ i linked you to, you might have learned this:
• Do not be abusive or aggressive in your tone
An aggressive or abusive sounding post will often evoke an aggressive or abusive and unhelpful reply.
Remember, you are requesting help from other users, just like you, who are giving their time free of charge. No one is under any obligation to answer your question.
Ah, sorry, I think I now know what you mean by "where is station_one". I forgot the password used with that ID and the one to my email account, so I just created a second one. Yet, I feel that hardly concerns you.
"You totally lost me there, and I have no clue as to what your last question means."
"I think I now know what you mean."
Evidently language is of difficulty for you.
Perhaps the Oxford dictionary can provide you with your much needed “sensible, meaningful” content.
According to the Oxford dictionary, a dialogue is to "Take part in a conversation or discussion to resolve a problem." It also states that a dialogue is "A discussion between two or more people or groups, especially one directed toward exploration of a particular subject or resolution of a problem.”
That IS the inherent nature of posts. A conversation is reciprocation. Questions, followed by more questions.
It is not difficult to understand.
"how to ask your questions correctly for quicker and better answers" is best actualized by simply asking.
Is it a Mac; is it not, etc.
That IS sufficient. That IS "quicker and better answers[ing]." That IS what a dialogue IS. And that IS actually what is "sensible," "meaningful," and "detailed."
The Oxford dictionary can best delineate and elucidate your lack of comprehension in what ACTUALLY “meaning” is.
As well as what is "sensible" AND "detailed."
By the way, am I being repetitive.
Still confused. Let the experts that do not require much explanation respond with "quicker and better answers" for both "sensible, complete" responses." They are not "lost," "blind," or provide "incomplete" drivel.
Didn't read that, too long.
I suppose your initial issue is no longer of any interest to you.
I'm not certain, but have you tried resetting the Crop tool?
I've been pushing for a "posting stickie" one that would show up in the posting form asking anyone with a problem what basic information to supply for a quicker answer. It would give posters an idea what's needed, and allay frustrations from forum members who think you would already know that.
Here's my favorite:
The more information you supply about your situation, the better equipped other community members will be to answer. Consider including the following in your question:
Adobe product and version number
Operating system and version number
The full text of any error message(s)
What you were doing when the problem occurred
Screenshots of the problem
Computer hardware, such as CPU; GPU; amount of RAM; etc.