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Displaying Swatches in Bridge for CS5

Displaying Swatches in Bridge for CS5

Displaying Swatches in Bridge for CS5

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I have a fairly large number of swatches created in CS3 and CS4 and saved as .ASE files.  In the older Bridge (v3.0.0.464), I could display my user library file and see the colors in each swatch.  However, when I display my user library in the Bridge that installed with CS5 (v4.0.3.9), I can only see the .ASE icon displayed for each swatch name.  

Is there any way I can display my swatch colors?  Is there any add-on that could do this for me?  Are there any tools for swatch management?  I know I can take each swatch and create a small sample as an .AI file, but that'll be quite a job, and I'm hoping there is some better way.

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