permanantly docking toolbars?

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by abby winters, Sep 7, 2003.

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    abby winters Guest


    I'd like to be able to permanantly dock tool bars to the edge of the PS
    progrm window (like, I might mention, pretty much every other windows
    app allows by default). Is there a way I can do this?

    abby winters, Sep 7, 2003
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    Eric Gill Guest

    You mean "forces by default".
    What toolbars can you not do this with?
    Eric Gill, Sep 7, 2003
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    RTM Guest

    When you get the palettes placed where you want them, go into Preferences
    and check the option to "Save Palette Locations"
    (Changes to preferences are active from the *next time* you boot the
    RTM, Sep 7, 2003
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    wes Guest

    Abby, if you are talking about something that Adobe GoLive allows you to do,
    no, it can't be done in Photoshop. For those who don't use GoLive or care
    to, you can grab the tab of the palette and move it close to the edge of the
    window and a tab of the palette is all that shows. Then when you want to see
    the palette, you just click on the tab and the palette moves out from the
    edge of the window like a drawer. Click on it again and it disappears into
    the edge of the window. If this isn't what you are talking about, do as
    others have explained and save the position of the palettes the way you want
    them to be.
    wes, Sep 7, 2003
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    DosBoss57 Guest

    if you click on the little arrow pointing right on the top right of
    the palettes you have the option "dock to palette well" on
    that and it will end up in the palette well along with the brushes and
    file browser....i think this is new for PS7...last upgrade was from
    5.5...I don't know if version6 allowed this



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    DosBoss57, Sep 8, 2003
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