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Jul 03, 2020

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Everything I always use is now under one tab, so I have to constantly scroll up and down to get to the settings.  And when I try to turn on guide lines for perspective adjustment, the whole thing jumps, so I have to scroll more.  I already miss the one click button to get where I want.   Grrrrrr.

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You can change the behaviour of the panels: Right-click in an empty area of a control panel, for example next to the name, and select the command for the desired behavior (Single Panel Mode) from the context menu.

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Add me to the I Hate The New Layout club

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Everything I always use is now under one tab, so I have to constantly scroll up and down to get to the settings.  And when I try to turn on guide lines for perspective adjustment, the whole thing jumps, so I have to scroll more.  I already miss the one click button to get where I want.   Grrrrrr.

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Correct answer by Marianne-Deiters | Adobe Community Professional

You can change the behaviour of the panels: Right-click in an empty area of a control panel, for example next to the name, and select the command for the desired behavior (Single Panel Mode) from the context menu.

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You can change the behaviour of the panels: Right-click in an empty area of a control panel, for example next to the name, and select the command for the desired behavior (Single Panel Mode) from the context menu.

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Ok, that's a little better.  I'm not sure if we were supposed to guess that was there, or what.

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