Photoshop/Bridge: HDR Merging Doesn't Work Properly with OS X 10.9

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I have an iMac in which I recently installed OS X 10.9. I currently use Photoshop CC and Bridge CC. I use a workflow to merge together multiple images into a single HDR using Merge To HDR Pro once I open my RAW files in Adobe Bridge. This process used to work smoothly, but since I updated to 10.9, it is no longer working. When I try to merge RAW photos using this function out of Bridge, it will open the photos up in Photoshop and begin the process, but then they will all disappear and the process stops with no alerts, etc. Also, the "remove ghosting" check box on the HDR merge menu doesn't work very will with 10.9...it seems to just add strange, blown-out and pixelated areas to the photo, making it unusable. Is anyone else experiencing this problem? Thanks
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brett raeburn

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Yes, having similar issue. Select RAW images (5) in Bridge CC, then Tools->Photoshop->Merge to HDR Pro..., and I do not see anything happening, no new processes are apparent.

I'm using Mavericks 10.9.2 on MacPro 3,1, 20GB RAM, and latest Adobe CC updates.

Appreciate any feedback. Are brett and I the only ones having issues?