Bridge CC 2018: No web gallery output or Photoshop Image Processor

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After updating Bridge CC last week to 2018 we don't have the Web Gallery output module as well as the Tools>PhotoShop> Image processor, Batch, and load layers into photoshop scripts, all of which we use numerous times daily. What the hell are you guys doing making my job harder?
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Robert Scheadler

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Neil Cooper

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Just wondered if your Preferences have been reset? Try Edit / Preferences / Start-Up Scripts and enable what you need. HTH
NeilC
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Robert Scheadler

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Thanks. I am using Bridge 2017 for the Web Galleries and that has had the scripts removed but Bridge 2018 seems fine for image processor and other PhotoShop scripts. I guess I have to use both. Arghhh!
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Cristen Gillespie

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If you want Web Galleries, I'm afraid you do have to stick with the earlier version. Maybe if you put in a feature request for it, enough people would vote to have it restored that it would become a priority for them. PDF output is there—actually better than ever, but not Web Galleries, at least not for awhile yet.
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Deepak Gupta, Employee

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Hi,

For Tools>PhotoShop> Image processor, do you have Photoshop CC 2018 installed on the same machine. If yes, please try re-installing PS 2018. Bridge CC 2018 is compatible with Photoshop CC 2018.

Thanks,
Deepak Gupta
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Roberta Sonnino

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I am having the same problem. I am on a new iMac, I have both Photoshop CC 2018 and Bridge CC 2018 installed. In Photoshop, I can find the Image Processor under File>>Scripts, but nothing appears in Bridge (which is where I have always run my batch actions). I saw the post to make sure it is enabled under Preferences>>Startup Scripts, but I only have 3 options (see screenshot), all enabled, and none of them affect the Image Processor. So it appears that I am missing the appropriate scripts. I have re-installed bridge recently (for a different reason), so I have not done it
again. Any suggestions?
Thanks.



 
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