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01/11/2013 10:30:02 PM · #1
Can anyone help, please?
I'd like to have all the tools in the tools panel shown, and not hidden in groups.
So....I could then see icons for, say, spot healing brush, healing brush, patch and red eye, all displayed, so that I don't have to cycle between all the J's.

I now have two big monitors, and want to have all the panels and palettes on one of them. I have lots of desktop space, and so would like to expand the whole tools panel.


Message edited by author 2013-01-11 22:32:09.
01/11/2013 10:38:05 PM · #2
I don't think it's possible...
01/11/2013 10:41:31 PM · #3
Hmmmm... I don't see a way. I thought maybe you could tear them off one at a time, but that doesn't seem to work.
01/11/2013 10:46:43 PM · #4
Just tinkering around, and I think I've answered my own question.
Apparently, via Adobe Labs, one can install "Configurator 2", from the Adobe site.
That then lets you configure your own toolbar, and to drop and arrange the tool icons as you choose.
So, then, I could create a toolbar with all the icons displayed, instead of nested and hidden away.

Time to give it a go....
01/12/2013 06:00:21 AM · #5
Sounds good,I,m glad you asked the question and gladder that you answered it,thanks.
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