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Permanently Pinned Option for Common Actions Bar (CAB)

Engaged ,
Sep 02, 2023 Sep 02, 2023

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The Common Actions Bar tends to get in the way of objects I'm working with in the Ai beta workspace. I'd really like a way to "permanently" pin/dock it somewhere I choose (I can change it if I want to, but I have full control of placement loc. & duration there). FYI, I feel the same way about the Contextual Toolbar in Ps.... I don't want the CAB popping up into my workspace. Or, resetting itself to do that with each new usage session of Web Ai. I'd like to be able to dock it somewhere easily accessible but not right in the middle of where I'm working. I find that a serious distraction.

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Adobe Employee , Sep 06, 2023 Sep 06, 2023

Agreed, @Fotomaker01RA
We'll be updating the common actions to bar to use a newer pattern (that you can see now in Photoshop web (and desktop), which is a more flexible and draggable UI element that can also be hidden if it's in the way. Still wrapping up details, but please know improvements are in the works!

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Sep 06, 2023 Sep 06, 2023

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I agree! I hope the ability is added soon!

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Agreed, @Fotomaker01RA
We'll be updating the common actions to bar to use a newer pattern (that you can see now in Photoshop web (and desktop), which is a more flexible and draggable UI element that can also be hidden if it's in the way. Still wrapping up details, but please know improvements are in the works!

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