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How to fix 'Camera Raw not enabled' error in Bridge?


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I've been trying to find a way to undo some Camera Raw edits I made to a photo [like vignettes] in Bridge CS6 through the 'right click>develop settings>clear settings' but I keep getting an error message that camera raw is not enabled error message. this happens when I try any camera raw action in bridge like copying settings.
Is there a way to fix this? If not, is there a way I can remove camera raw edits that would have the same effect as 'clear settings' [and get rid of that circle at the top right of images that's affiliated with camera raw]?
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