Bridge is abandoned

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Itarcio Lima

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Posted 2 years ago

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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Bridge is alive and well. There is a separate Bridge update that will be out in a short while with lots of good stuff in it.
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Itarcio Lima

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Who uses Windows suffers because the system has not PSDs preview. We use the Bridge, but needs improvement.
Do you know if there is an estimated date for updates? And if they are relevant or basic?
(Forgive my poor English.)
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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I can't provide any more specifics but it's not far off.
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Ken Barber

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I am NOT going to click on that link embedded into the words "Bridge is abandoned."

Any URL pointing to a domain named "Get Satisfaction dot com" is likely to have content that I don't want to see, and might even damage my computer.
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Itarcio Lima

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Stephen Marsh

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Hahaha, sounds like Adobe should partner with somebody else or that they should change their domain name so as not to scare off wary users!

https://getsatisfaction.com/corp/about/

Are YOU brave (or foolish?) enough to click that link...
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Itarcio Lima

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Where you see this link?
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Stephen Marsh

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In my email notification, the links lead back to the topic or the reply.
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Ken Barber

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Yeah.  I noticed later that "get satisfaction dot com" is the third-party site that Adobe uses to collect these conversations.  My bad, I had just finished cleaning out my spam filter and it sounded like more of the same filth.

You're right, Adobe needs to contract with someone else who doesn't sound like a Rolling Stones song about a bloke trying to have sex with a girl on her period.
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