Photoshop Elements: Bridge for Photoshop Elements users please

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I have a Mac computer and was using Photoshop Elements 8. PSE8 was shipped with Adobe Bridge CS4. Upon upgrading to Photoshop Elements 9, Bridge has been replaced by the very slow and awkward Organizer. I had used Organizer with an older version of Photoshop Elements on a previous Windows computer. I disliked Organizer then, and I really dislike Organizer now. Once I got a taste of Adobe Bridge (lightning fast; easy for viewing, comparing, and labeling photos), I did NOT want to lose Bridge and go back to Organizer. Please offer users the option of using either Bridge or Organizer with Photoshop Elements. That way, everyone would be happy. Those who like Organizer could keep using it. Those who like Bridge could use it. Moving from Bridge to Organizer was NOT an improvement, but a step backward in my opinion. Is there any chance Adobe Bridge will be offered with Photoshop Elements in the future?
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david iushewitz

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please bring back BRIDGE for PSE for MACS and PC's it was a best part of the MAC PSE !!

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Photoshop Elements: bring bridge back.
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Please include Bridge with Elements or make it available as a stand alone program. Organizer is NOT what I need to maximize my productivity using Photoshop Elements. Besides running VERY slowly on my Mac Mini running OS X 10.6.8 with 4 Gigs of RAM, I don't like the program. I LOVED Bridge. Thank You!

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Photoshop Elements: Back to the Bridge.
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Not sure if this is the right place to make a request to Adobe?
Please, please reintroduce Adobe Bridge for Photoshop Elements users. Organizer may suit some people but there are others like me who would prefer a managed file system like Bridge, where you retain the ability to drag photos into the appropriate place without necessarily going through a database.

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Bridge for Photoshop Elements users please.
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david iushewitz

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hi folks
how about making PSE Bridge now only for MAC into a stand alone BRIDGE PROGRAM for everyone who wishes to have the Bridge an make it a stand alone program even if we pay extre for the privaledge ????

david
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In our past releases of Elements, we had Bridge for opening folders and pre-viewing pictures for selection for editing. Installed Elements 10 and there was no Bridge software with this release.

Is Bridge no longer offered along with Elements?

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Addendum--

Sorry I missed all the previous comments about Bridge for PSE. I totally agree with the previous statements and requests.

Organizer is useless as far as I am concerned. Had I known Bridge was not included with PSE10, I would not have upgraded to it. Please fix this situation for your customers.

The sooner the better, please.
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Bridge good. Organizer bad. Its slow, hog resources, is cumbersome and awkward to navigate. Ugly, too. Bridge exact opposite on all counts.

Agree with writer who would not have bought Ver 10 had they know. Alas.
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Totally agree. I would love to be able to use Bridge with Elements instead of the Organizer.

It is the restriction on only moving files from within the Organizer that is the biggest issue for me. I was forever getting lost files and having to remake the catalog (time and crashes...).