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The first problem I noticed after installing this new Bridge update is that the Photo Downloader settings do not “stick.” I have to go through all of the checkboxes each time I download a collection of photos, ticking and unticking as needed. These settings were previously still recalled. Is this something that only I’m doing, or am I having a personal problem?
This worked for me as of August 13th…
Now that it’s April 2020, make the following change: build the folder as mentioned above, but call it “Bridge CC 2019” (without the spaces and quotes). This will work with Bridge CC 2020 v 10.0.4.157 in Windows 10. Adjust the settings in Bridge Photo Downloader after you’ve built the archive. After downloading a photo, close Bridge. The settings you previously set should appear the next time you use Photo Downloader. You will look in that folder and see that the APDPreferences.xml file has been created in the Bridge CC 2019 folder you created earlier.
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Adobe Photo Downloader is now the default photo download program after installing Photoshop Elements 3.0. I’d much rather return to using the camera utilities as the default download program. When I try to download videos, the Adobe Photo Downloader pops up. How do I get it to stop? To be honest, if I can do so without disrupting Elements, I’d much rather eliminate that little usefulness from the system. To be clear, I have a Canon Powershot G2 and am running Canon Utility 4.6.1 on a Windows XP SP2 device.
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We learned how to build Adobe Bridge CC in the previous tutorial in this series on Getting Started with Photoshop. Bridge is a file explorer that comes standard with Photoshop and all Artistic Cloud subscriptions. Let’s learn how to use Bridge to move images from our camera or memory card to our device now that it’s installed. After Adobe Bridge has finished downloading our files, we can use it to arrange them and open them in Photoshop.
Bridge actually uses a separate, built-in software called the Photo Downloader to download photos. We’ll learn how to open the Photo Downloader in Bridge and how to use it to download our files in this tutorial. Both Adobe Bridge CC and Adobe Bridge CS6 are supported in this tutorial. If you’re using Photoshop CC, make sure you’ve enabled Bridge CC first before proceeding. Users of Adobe Bridge CS6 do not need to install Bridge separately since it comes packaged with Photoshop CS6.
Open Adobe Bridge first to begin downloading your photos. Bridge is most quickly launched from Photoshop. Choose Search in Bridge from the File menu (in Photoshop) in the Menu Bar along the top of the screen.
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WARNING: This is a very easy method, but if you make a mistake, your computer may be completely destroyed. As a consequence, I’m providing instructions that involve some knowledge of regedit. I don’t suggest trying if you can’t follow these steps.
Even though I told LR I didn’t want it to pay attention to my card reader, APD made LR pop up (on XP). LR just sat there after launching, as though it was perplexed as to why it had been awoken.
Disabling the APD icon in the tray with a right-click has temporarily disciplined it. I haven’t yet deleted it from the Registry, but I’ve read on other pages that versions of APD used with other Adobe products will attempt to recover their registry entries if given the chance, and that the only way to prevent them from running is to uninstall the executable file.