Reorganizing Windows

Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by tdbaws, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. tdbaws macrumors member

    tdbaws

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    #1
    Does anyone know how to reset the windows for photoshop? I previously had an external monitor hooked up and had my colors palette on this side and now that it has been unhooked, it hasn't automatically reset and the Windows>Workspace>Reset Palette Locations option doesn't do the trick. If anyone has any experience with this, it'd be a big help. It really has slowed down my process in picking out the right colors.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Mydriasis macrumors 6502

    Mydriasis

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    #2
    Try Windows>Workspace>Standard Workspace. If that doesn't work just set up your workspace the way you want it and save as standard workspace. Plus you can always go to windows>color palette and it should show up on your main monitor. If you have more problems, let me know, you can still delete/create new pref. file that contains the palette positions.
     
  3. tdbaws thread starter macrumors member

    tdbaws

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    I tried those and they didn't work. The thing that is lost is the color picker, which is the window that pops up when you click any color inside of the palette or color on the tools. How do I delete/create a new preferences file?
     

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