by Julieanne Kost

 Comments (4)

Created

March 3, 2014

Most of us probably know that tapping the Tab key will show and hide your panels and Tool bar, and Tab + Shift will hide and show only the  panels, but did you know that while the panels are hidden, you can auto show/hide them by positioning your cursor to the edge of the application? 

COMMENTS

  • By algartheterrible - 5:40 AM on March 3, 2014  

    Yes! I accidentally discovered this last week and I was like wtheck! So I know now. :^)

  • By Michael Shake - 6:55 AM on March 3, 2014  

    I didn’t know any of that so thanks. I had been using the F key to toggle the views to full screen.

    By the way, great job with Photoshop Week! I really like your style of teaching. I always learn something new with you and I love that your obsessed with organizing. I could use some good tutorials on how to manage all that better. It get’s out of hand fast if your not careful.

  • By Kick - 6:23 AM on March 7, 2014  

    Since I upgraded to Mavericks my CS5 doesn’t show my panels. I.e. after two or three pictures it just shows blank squares whenever I want to change anything in options fotr example. Even the panels which should appear from the toolbar are not there (They are there but empty)
    Please HELP
    kind regards,
    Kick
    Amsterdam
    Holland