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Show a photo's Geo Location from Adobe Bridge CC - From right-click menu on a photo in Bridge, choose to see the geotagged position on Google Maps
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Adobe_Bridge_Show_Geo_Location

Adobe Bridge CC startup-script.

Adds option to photo context menus in Adobe Bridge CC, to see the photo's geo-position on Google Maps (Opens in default webbrowser).

You might want/need to experiment with how cmd is defined in the code. Mac users should change line #39 to

var cmd = "open \"https://www.google.com/maps/search/?api=1&query=" + latResult + "," + lonResult + "\"";

To install, simply copy the jsx file into Adobe Bridge's Startup Scripts folder. To find this folder's location, open Bridge and choose: Preferences -> Startup Scripts -> Reveal My Startup Scripts.

Tested with Adobe Bridge CC v8.1 (Photoshop CC 2018) and v9.0 (Photoshop CC 2019) on Windows 10.

I don't really have any knowledge or prior experience on scripting in Adobe CC, but inspired by a discussion at Photoshop Family support and largely based on an older script by Paul-Riggott (which ain't working in recent CC versions), I have been able to create this.

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