Photoshop interface question...

Started Aug 3, 2011 | Discussions
Randy Colwell Regular Member • Posts: 300
Photoshop interface question...

I am running CS5 and on my right side panels, "History, Lapers, Actions, Adjustments, etc". When I hit the "Restore Down" button in Windows the panel stays up and is not docked within Photoshop anymore.

I am sure it accidently hit something to cause this. Can anyone let me know where I need to go to dock these panels again. Thanks!
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suddie1215 Veteran Member • Posts: 3,818
Re: Photoshop interface question...

WIndow > Workspace > Reset Essentials.

Also make sure that the Essentials workspace is selected.

Randy Colwell wrote:

I am running CS5 and on my right side panels, "History, Lapers, Actions, Adjustments, etc". When I hit the "Restore Down" button in Windows the panel stays up and is not docked within Photoshop anymore.

I am sure it accidently hit something to cause this. Can anyone let me know where I need to go to dock these panels again. Thanks!
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BobSC Veteran Member • Posts: 3,664
Re: Photoshop interface question...

You can grab the panels by the top and toss them into the margin and they will dock.

You can also hit the tab key to hide-show all the panels that are out.

OP Randy Colwell Regular Member • Posts: 300
Re: Photoshop interface question...

Thanks to you Both! Bob, this was what I was looking for, for some reason I was not dragging far enough. Thanks again!

BobSC wrote:

You can grab the panels by the top and toss them into the margin and they will dock.

You can also hit the tab key to hide-show all the panels that are out.

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