Quickly Navigating Between Tile and Consolidate to Tabs in Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop

When working with Photoshop, I find that  I often need to toggle between viewing one open document and viewing all open documents (tiled in my workspace). To eliminate wasting valuable time looking through menus or trying to find icons, I customize Photoshop’s keyboard shortcuts . To do this, choose Window > Workspace > Keyboard Shortcut & Menus. Under the “Shortcuts for Application Menus”, select Window and and scroll down to “Tile” and “Consolidate to Tabs”. Add shortcuts that make sense to you (I used Shift + Command + T for Tabs ,and Shift + Command + R for Consolidate to Tabs – or, in my mind, “Return to primary image”).

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Adobe Photoshop

Posted on 09-11-2015


Comments

  • By Phil Dickson - 2:24 PM on September 11, 2015  

    Great tip, I’d never have thought of adding shortcuts for this type of thing, but it will save me time, as I do it a lot. Thanks