Chapter 2. Event Handling and Script-Defined Browse Schemes
A script can extend and modify the behavior of Adobe Bridge at a number of levels:
At the highest level, the basic behavior of a thumbnail icon is determined by its browse scheme. There are several predefined browse schemes that provide the most common kinds of behavior, such as displaying the contents of a folder, or displaying a web page (see “Thumbnails as node references” on page 9). You can select one of the predefined browse schemes to create a thumbnail that has the basic default behavior you require (see “Thumbnail object constructor” on page 133).
You can intercept user-interaction events to extend or override the default behavior. These events include actions on thumbnails (such ...