Bridge crashes with Mountain Lion when folder contains subfolders

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I recently installed OS Mountain Lion on my 15" quad core 2,2 Ghz Macbook Pro.

Since the OSX update Adobe Bridge crashes every time I try to open a folder which contains sub folders. This does not happen with folders that do not contain sub folders. It never happened with my previous version of OSX.

Has anyone else experienced this? Does anyone have any solutions short of removing all sub folders and thus negating the reason for having a file organization system?

Thanks

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William Jungels

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Helen Martyn

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I have the same problem - as soon as I try to select a folder to access my photos Bridge crashes. I'm not technically literate so If anyone has a fix could I have a step by step fix response please. I would really appreciate some help. Apple suggested reinstalling CS5 - is this a Bridge problem or a OS Mountain Lion problem?
thanks Helen
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Chris Cox

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We need to see the crash report (the very long, detailed one) to know why it's crashing. (and right now, mountain lion isn't sending in crash reports correctly)
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I can't replicate the problem to send you a crash report. Right now Bridge is loading folders with sub folders just fine, though it wouldn't before, even after rebooting. Well I'm happy.