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I have tried holding option to reset Bridge, purging cache...I am using ACR 4.2, Bridge 2.1
Assuming you have installed the RAW plug in at the correct location??
from the FAQ;
Q: How do I know that Adobe Camera Raw is installed correctly?
A: For Photoshop CS2 and CS3 customers the most efficient way to ensure that you have the latest Camera Raw update installed correctly is to choose the ï¿½Updatesï¿½ï¿½ option from the help menu. For Photoshop Elements customers the best way to verify that the Camera Raw plug-in is installed correctly is to make sure it appears (only once) in the "About Plug-in" menu (see: Photoshop menu on a Mac or Help menu on a PC). The correct version is displayed when you pick its name and see its about box. If "Camera Raw" is not in this list, you have not installed it correctly.
Q: I am trying to replace ACR 3.0 by 3.1 (or higher) I cannot find ACR in my Photoshop/Plug-in/File Formats folder, where is it located now?
A: As explained in the "Readme", which can be found on the ACR download page, the new correct location is:
Mac: /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Plug-ins/CS2/File Formats/ï¿½
Win: \Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Plug-ins\CS2\File Formats\ï¿½
Mac: /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Plug-ins/CS3/File Formats/ï¿½
Win: \Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Plug-ins\CS3\File Formats\ï¿½
Yes, the Camera Raw.plugin is in the correct location
What is non-standard on your machine? are you using the US version of OS X? any additional software?
Try rebuilding Bridge's preferences a couple of times. Simply hold down the Option key when launching Bridge and checking the boxes in the ensuing dialog box. As I just said, do this twice in a row.
>Recently upgraded to Mac OSX 10.5 (Leopard)
I hope you DID NOT use the "upgrade" option when installing Leopard but did an "Archive and Install" instead. The "upgrade" option is practically guaranteed to give you grief sooner or later.
Everything on my Mac is standard US issue.
Reset Bridge multiple times in a row. No luck. I originally installed 10.5 used the "upgrade" option, but later did a clean re-install after ACR disappeared.