I am unable to use photoshop suddely because I can not move my docuemnts around nor move my tools around. I need to fix this before I can use photoshop. So so
So above shows the actual install and I can drag my document over to my other screen I can not move my layers or tools when they are in the way. So hopefully there is a setting I can change to make photoshop behave as it always did.
It should say I CAN'T drag my document over to my other screen or even drag it down so its in its own box as normal. Really I wish my docuemnts would never clump. I think I may have changed a setting hopeing that they woudl stop clumping together now that I think of it.
No I have use floating docuemnts checked. I can not move anything around. I can not move the charactors
As above I can not move the charactors this is not normal for photoshop.
I just installed the newest version of photohsop and I can not make it work. Its flickering and doing all kinds of htings. is their any way I can re-install my 2020 version ? I am not going to be able do my work unless I can re-install 2020 is there a way I can install version 2020 ?
Ok so I just found a way to instal version 2019 and this is still doing the same thing. I can not move my documents around and I can not move my layers palett to where I want it. Its like adobe has figured out to control my settings on all versions. ? or what ? why woudl 2019 also have the same problem of not being able to move my layers panel around or any of my panels. ? This must be in the app data for all photoshop installs ??? in my registry.. Really ? why would adobe make it so I can not move my tools where I want them ? or would they do such a thing?
OK HERE IS WHAT HAPPEND I changed my registry so it would not copy my files on drag in my desktop settings. I did nto know that it contrlled the applications as well. I made my system so it would not copy a file unless I dragged it 800 pixals. So that effected PHOTOSHOP and EXPLORER. at least explorer wont copy my files when I accendentally bump them. ! So that is here :
I am so glad this was not Adobe !