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How to restore deleted file from Adobe Bridge?

How to restore deleted file from Adobe Bridge?

How to restore deleted file from Adobe Bridge?

(OP)
Hi,

I accidentally deleted a file in adobe bridge. Unfortunately, the undo button is disabled and I cannot restore the file. Is there something like a "Recycle Bin" in bridge? If I am using Version Cue, I think I could have easily restored the file in the Project folder. Unfortunately, I am not working with Version Cue and I have deleted the file from the a folder.  

RE: How to restore deleted file from Adobe Bridge?

(OP)
I have reset the warning dialogs in Bridge. I deleted a test file and it gave me a warning "Are you sure you want to sent [filename] to the Recycle Bin?" I chose "Yes" and I opened the Recycle Bin and the file was there.

The strange thing is why didn't the file I previously deleted showing up in the Recycle Bin? (I have not emptied the Recycle Bin yet). Also, the "Undo" button was previously disabled when  I did the delete. I tried running "chkdsk" from command prompt (I thought maybe the Recycle Bin was just corrupted) but the file is still missing.

Anyone experience something like this?

RE: How to restore deleted file from Adobe Bridge?

Also if the file was not on a local drive - such as a NAS or network drive, it will not go into your recycle bin - however the network admin may be able to save you.


Mark

 
  

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