Now that Muse supports .SVG files I've collected some for use in my Muse design work flow, as I have collected .PNG files, .JPG files, etc.
If I need to find a .JPG file for example I can browse to a folder on my Windows based PC, using File Explorer (or 'My Computer') and see a thumbnail of the contents of each of the many files contained in that folder.
With .SVG files the thumbnail is shown as generic icon rather than seeing what's inside of each .SVG file, making finding things a 'one file at a time' task (meaning each .SVG file must be opened individually to see if its the 'right' one).
Windows 8.1 offered an extension that allowed for this. Windows 10 doesn't seem to.
Anyone have a helpful idea or know of a better way?
It worked! Thank You! Gary
We have released a new update of Adobe Bridge (CC 2018) on 16 July 2018. The new version build number is 220.127.116.113. This version is available to install via Adobe Creative Cloud application.
This Bridge update contains support for SVG and PNG files, with transparency grid. Please also check the "Libraries" workspace after installing new version of Bridge CC.
You may need to update the Creative Cloud application and restart your computer to see the updated installer.