Can I change the background color of Photoshop 7's window for PC? - background.jpg (0/1)

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by JugoDeCoCo, Jul 6, 2003.

  1. JugoDeCoCo

    JugoDeCoCo Guest

    I don't know if my question makes sense,
    but can this be done? I am not talking about
    the background of an image or the window
    of an open image. I am talking about the
    background of Photoshop 7 when you first
    run the application. Please see the attached
    image. Thank you!
     
    JugoDeCoCo, Jul 6, 2003
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    jrzyguy Guest

    your question doesnt make much sence...you dont really explain the problem
    nor is there an attached image.

    if you need to get rid of the pesky background layer....go to your layers
    menu....double click on the background layer...and either rename the layer
    yourself or opt for the defaul "layer 0". it will no longer be a background
    layer and you are free to do what you want. (if it is a giff tho you will
    have to go to image/mode/ and choose RGB rather than Indexed)

    hope this helps

    jj
     
    jrzyguy, Jul 6, 2003
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    edjh Guest

    Do you mean the area around the whole image (the apron as some have
    called it)? If so, yes, Shift-Paint Bucket. If you mean the default
    application window you can do that in Display Properties. Depends which
    Windows you have but I think it's usually under Appearance>Advanced.
     
    edjh, Jul 6, 2003
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    Stephan Guest


    You cannot but consider yourself lucky you have a nice neutral background.
    If you were on the Mac you'd have to work with your desktop and icons around
    your work.

    Stephan
     
    Stephan, Jul 6, 2003
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    edjh Guest

    Actually there are some advantages to that-- switching between
    applications, dragging and dropping, etc. Many Mac users prefer it.
     
    edjh, Jul 6, 2003
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  6. JugoDeCoCo

    Stephan Guest

    You are totally right, it is in Control Panel> Display> Appearance> Item:
    Application Background.

    Stephan
     
    Stephan, Jul 7, 2003
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