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I'm still setting up my MBP Retina, but noticed this weird thing. Raw photos work fine, but JPEGs show at half size in Adobe Bridge. If they are 1024 px wide they are shown at 512 px. I can't seem to find a setting for this, might it be a bug?

Tried at different display resolution scalings. Using Bridge CC (6.0.1.6).

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did you shoot in jpeg? or are you talking about jpegs embedded in raws? in the latter case, the jpegs inside are half resolution if you are using canon. –  Michael Nielsen Nov 5 '13 at 20:45
    
@MichaelNielsen No I mean any JPEG file. I could create a 100x100 blank JPEG in Photoshop and it would show as 50x50 in Bridge (measured in a screenshot). –  Znarkus Nov 5 '13 at 23:02

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