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Explorer ,
Aug 17, 2020

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Hi guys, whenever I open a photo in ACR, first thing I see are my bottom panels, so everytime I edit I need to scroll all the way up to the edit panel. Is there a way to change that? Because first thing I need is the edit panel, then maybe I will scroll down to the other panels and use them, not the other way around.
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Right click on any of the panels from Basic down to Calibration then select "Single Panel Mode". 

In Single Panel Mode each time you open a new panel the others close automatically. That saves lots of unnecessary scrolling and that works fine for me. Hope that helps you.

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Panel scrolled all the way down

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Hi guys, whenever I open a photo in ACR, first thing I see are my bottom panels, so everytime I edit I need to scroll all the way up to the edit panel. Is there a way to change that? Because first thing I need is the edit panel, then maybe I will scroll down to the other panels and use them, not the other way around.
Thanks.

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Right click on any of the panels from Basic down to Calibration then select "Single Panel Mode". 

In Single Panel Mode each time you open a new panel the others close automatically. That saves lots of unnecessary scrolling and that works fine for me. Hope that helps you.

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Aug 17, 2020

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Some Windows users have reported this, some can't replicate and I can't either on Mac. Adobe is aware of this however. 

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Aug 17, 2020

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Not sure if this is what you want but try switching to single panel mode which eliminates unnecessary scrolling. Camera Raw remembers which panel you had open when it was last closed so if that's not the edit panel then simply press "E" to jump straight to it.

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Explorer ,
Aug 18, 2020

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Single panel mode? How do I do that? And I dont think that it remmembers, after I use EDIT panel and close it, reopen, its all the way to the bottom again.

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Explorer ,
Aug 18, 2020

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12.4 has fixed this bug for me on Windows.

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Aug 20, 2020

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For me it haven't. Its not a big deal, just a little anoying. 

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Aug 20, 2020

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Right click on any of the panels from Basic down to Calibration then select "Single Panel Mode". 

In Single Panel Mode each time you open a new panel the others close automatically. That saves lots of unnecessary scrolling and that works fine for me. Hope that helps you.

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Explorer ,
Aug 21, 2020

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Actually I spoke too soon, it still happens on my Laptop.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 21, 2020

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If it still happens, one workaround is to press Ctrl-1, the shortcut for the Basic panel. All the Edit mode panels have Ctrl-number shortcuts so Ctrl-1 forces it to go to the top.

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Explorer ,
Aug 31, 2020

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Eric has the best answer. In SINGLE PANEL or RESPONSIVE PANEL MODE it is a lot quicker to edit without scrolling all the way up. Even if I see this as a bug, and it could be fixed, this is the method to fix this on your own. Thanks to all of you for the suggestions. 🙂

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