earl_robicheaux's profile

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112 Points

Tue, Nov 26, 2019 7:07 PM

Bridge: Scrolling direction

Bridge 2020 Locks in the opposite scrolling direction for the mouse Mac OS 10.14.6 then that set in System Preferences. This is the first time I have experienced this issue and I looked to find a place where I could reverse the direction. I have my scroll direction (according to Mac, unnatural), when I move my finger down (top to bottom), the page moves from bottom to up. Adobe built in the page direction what Apple natural, from top to bottom. This is the only program on my computer that now moves in the opposite direction as everything else....Why did they do this. Every other program lets me set the direction default in System Preferences.

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18.2K Points

2 y ago

I don't see this on High Sierra, Mojave, or Catalina.

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60 Points

2 y ago

Same issue. I want to reverse scrolling direction

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878 Points

2 y ago

I'm also finding that Bridge does not obey the system scroll direction preference.

Window content scrolls in the opposite direction to setting in System Preferences > Mouse.

MacOS 10.13.6 (High Sierra)
Scroll direction set to "Natural" (content tracks finger movement)
Bridge 10.0.2.131

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144 Points

1 y ago

Ialsao find this distracrting.

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64 Points

5 m ago

I just finished an online chat with Adobe. The guy said it's not a feature and that I should request it here. Seems like people have been requesting it for some time now. Ugh.

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76 Points

4 m ago

Have the same issue as OP on my MacBook Pro, Catalina 10.15.7. For my needs, Adobe Bridge is perfect--except for this infuriating flaw!

For crying out loud, Adobe, just grow up and just fix it.

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60 Points

2 m ago

In Bridge, bottom of screen on the right there is a row of icons, fourth on from the right when you hover reads "Click to lock thumbnail grid". Fixed the issue for me.