It states that Bridge not on the system but it is there and working?
Be sure to have the latest updates for both OSX and Bridge. restart Bridge holding down option key and choose reset preferences, hit ok and try again. If it works set your Bridge prefs again to custom wishes because they have been reset to factory defaults.
I have tried that one but it didn't work. Strange that Illustrator works but InDesign and Photoshop don't.
I have tried that one but it didn't work.
First open Bridge preferences and see under the chapter start up scripts if the scripts for PS and Indesign are present and have a checkmark in front. If no checkmark select them to activate and try again. If no script at all:
Try to find and delete the plist file for Bridge:
Quit Bridge and all other CS apps.
Go to the user library (by default hidden per OSX 10.7, use menu go and press option to reveal it.
In the folder preferences find the file: 'com.adobe.bridge5.plist" and drag this file to the trash.
Again restart Bridge holding down option key and again choose reset prefs.
Then try again.
thanks for that but there was no file 'com.adobe.bridge5.plist" maybe that was part of the issue. Anyway what i have done is uninstalled everything conected to Bridge, dumped Bridge in the Trash and reinstalled everything. Appears to be working now. Thanks
I have ahad the same problem however when I chose to reveal my scripts the folder that should contain them is empty. Should I just reinstall? Deleting plists hasn't helped.
l also have this problem and I guess I have to try and call support. It makes me hours to connect with them and find someone who knows what they are doing.
Please use same version as that of Adobe Bridge for Adobe Photoshop\Adobe InDesign\Adobe Incopy Interoperations to work.
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