New option idea for revealing info in the OS.

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Hello, I'm a long time user. A feature that would be amazing in bridge, and would streamline a workflow that I use, would be to offer an option or shortcut to show info that is displayed from the desktop. Right now when you (cmd+i) it opens the file info, metadata, etc. The problem with that is you don't get the actual file location on a server. So I have to right click, reveal in finder, wait for it to load, then (cmd+I) to get to the information that the computer reveals. I hope this makes sense. Thank you for your time. -Joe
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Chris Cox

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Bridge shows the file path for the directory you are browsing above the thumbnail grid area. And the folder hierarchy is shown in the folders panel.

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I forgot to mention the purpose of getting to that info. I'm a retoucher that shares files on a server at work with other users. When we pass off a file, we need to share the location in an email. Ex: afp, smp link. I wish there was a shortcut, like cmd control shift I, or something... thanks for your response.
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Click on the path highlighted above - and you can type into it, or copy the existing path.