Photoshop: What has happened to the "Load Files into Photoshop Layers?"

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I just recently updated to bridge 2017. What has happened to the "Load Files into Photoshop Layers?" Has it been moved or removed? It is litterly the only reason I use bridge and it is causing a lot of problems with my work flow!
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Fielder Strain

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Tom Attix, Employee

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File/Scripts/Load Files Into Stack/ does the same thing. Don't check Automatically Align Source Images.
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Cristen Gillespie

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I'm on a Mac running Yosemite, but Load Files is still in my Bridge. You have checked in Startup Scripts in Bridge the right version of Photoshop is enabled? Perhaps deleting Prefs might restore the full complement of scripts. You may  need to uninstall/reinstall PS so Bridge knows about it. It used to be we could simply open Photoshop for Bridge to recognize a fellow traveler, but now they've separated them, I doubt that works. I haven't had to try it.

The script in PS is fine, but it's not as convenient as selecting the files in Bridge, so if you can get the help you need to get it back in Bridge. . .
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Kate Marchio

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I still dont understand why load files into photoshop layers is no longer in Bridge. How do I get it back? Can you provide detailed steps? All of mysoftware bridge, photoshop and computer are all up to date with latest software.
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It is still in Bridge. Do the following: go to the Bridge Preferences - Startup Scripts and look if the Photoshop scripts are checked.