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  • DigiCorn
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Adobe Bridge CC2017
Anyone had luck using the "Output," feature to print a directory to PDF in Bridge? My partner here does it, but my bridge didn't have that feature. I Googled it, and it turns out you have to install it. I downloaded and installed and it shows up as a choice, but it doesn't work. Our systems are 100% identical except that I am on Sierra and she's on El Capitan.
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Re: Adobe Bridge CC2017
Reply #1
***SOLVED***

Ok - 3 things that were sort of unclear, unless you actually read ALL the details, and I mean ALL.

1 - Access the SYSTEM/LIBRARY **NOT** the USERS/LIBRARY
2 - The workspace file goes in the System/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Bridge 2017 Extensions/Workspaces
3 - The AOM folder goes in System/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Bridge 2017 Extensions and *NOT* in Workspaces

The instructions were vaguely clear, but not crystal.
Peon/Cog

"In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is Freedom, in water there is bacteria."
― Benjamin Franklin

"Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut."
― Ernest Hemingway