Photoshop 20.0.5 & Bridge 9.1 are now available.

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  • Updated 3 weeks ago
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We are happy to announce the releases of Photoshop 20.0.5 and Bridge 9.1.

  • The Photoshop 20.0.5 update adds a preference to revert to Photoshop’s legacy Transform behavior.
  • More Info

  • The Bridge 9.1 update includes bug fixes, new file format support, and some awesome UI enhancements.
  • What’s new and fixed
To update Photoshop or Bridge, click "Update" in the Creative Cloud desktop app. 
More detailed instructions for updating
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Pete Green, Customer Advocate

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Rosa

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Thanks Pete :)
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Saged Hasan

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So in this update, there is only one change/fix, right? I hope to get some important fixes I've reported a while ago. Thank you!
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Robert Whitmore

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•sigh• A search on Adobe's own site for more info about the update returns nothing:


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Peter Ball

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So I wish when you release an update or new version you would have the "Fixed Issues..." and "Known Issues..." documents updated and posted at the same time. I would like to know what I am getting when I install the update.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Hmm. It's there for me: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/fixed-issues.html I wonder if something is cached for you.

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Saged Hasan

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hmm, I also see the update release note and wonder out of thousand issues we've got only the option to go back to the legacy transform after 3 months of development from 20.0.4 to 20.0.5. Great Job, Adobe! However, I loved the new transform. Thank you!
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Peter Ball

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I see them now. Guess it must have been some sort of caching issue. Not sure how I'd get around that other than a bit of good ol' fashion patience.

I was checking https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/fixed-issues.html and  https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/known-issues.html
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Roger Needham

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It is many months now since I posted a complaint that Bridge had suddenly started reporting all saved  .PNG files at 72 ppi and also made the comment that ACR had stopped displaying resolution at the foot of the main'save' screen. Others commented that pixel dimensions are the only valid 'image size' BUT I'm using Adobe products to prepare files for commercial printing of a 32 page A4 full colour magazine and I need to plan the 'ruler' dimensions of the image NOT the pixel dimensions.  I size a .PSD file to 5x5 cm @ 300 ppi and save it as .PNG to preserve transparency - result something like 20x20 cm @72 ppi - useless as a guide.  Despite something like four updates to Bridge this change in behavior  still persists - why ???

Yesterday  I reported an issue to DxO - reply with correct instructions returned within the hour. Problem solved.  Come on Adobe - could do better, should ( indeed must ) try harder.

Whilst I am on the rant - why do I get emails from this site telling me about things I have no interest in and have never posted about ?
Judging by the volume of traffic it's no wonder nothing ever gets fixed.


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Peter Ball

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Yes, but looks at the top, top new feature for Bridge 9.1,  User Interface Updates like a consistent menu bar appearance, or Image backdrop theme support. All the really good stuff that make it fun to use Bridge!
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9 Stitches Images

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Has the  "brush lag with rulers on" thing come back for anyone else with this update?