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10/16/2008 07:01:35 AM · #1
I recently had to re-install my Photoshop CS3 edition.
Prior to this, I was able to press tab to get rid of all windows and menus and when I put the cursor at the edge of the screen, they would reappear.
However, I am now only able to do this with the left hand menus.
The right hand side doesn't bring anything back.
Unless I press tab of course.
Any ideas?
10/16/2008 11:16:43 AM · #2
Run the update manager, the updates may need to be reinstalled too.
10/20/2008 07:05:31 AM · #3
thanks for reminding me to update.
But, it hasn't fixed the problem.
10/20/2008 07:07:52 AM · #4
Hooray, I found the problem, thanks for your help!!!!!!!
10/20/2008 08:50:17 AM · #5
Originally posted by UNCLEBRO:

Hooray, I found the problem, thanks for your help!!!!!!!

Sharing that fix might help others though................
10/20/2008 09:37:10 AM · #6
Originally posted by UNCLEBRO:

Hooray, I found the problem, thanks for your help!!!!!!!

And that might be.....?
10/20/2008 11:10:01 AM · #7
Oh, I'm sorry.
I'd be happy to share my solution.

The default workspace that Photoshop uses to start up with contains lots of palettes that I don't want or donít use very often, so I deleted them and arranged them to my liking.
But, what I didnít realize is that on each edge there is a ďpop out barĒ.
I donít know the technical term for it, but itís a different color to the background and palettes go inside it and it slides in and out like a drawer.
But, once all the palettes inside this drawer are deleted, then the drawer itself disappears.

And that is what I had done.
So, I simply reverted to the original workspace and arranged my palettes without deleting the drawer and then saved it as my own workspace.

Does that make sense?

Let me know if it doesnít.

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