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Panels not sticking!

New Here ,
Jan 16, 2019 Jan 16, 2019

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I am having real issues with my panels (layers/info/history etc) not sticking to the upper right hand side of my workspace.  I can group the panels (blue line OK) but when I try to lock the panels onto my workspace on the upper right side of my screen I do not get a blue line and they just float.  If I drag them to the bottom of my work space they will lock (but thats NOT where I want them).  My tools pallet is fine.  Please help meeeeeeee

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Community Expert , Jan 16, 2019 Jan 16, 2019

On windows reset any of Adobe supplied Workspaces and you will find palettes docked to Photoshop right frame side.  Here I switched Adobe default workspace and undocked the palettes docked on right  side. I then grabbed the layer palette and dragged it to the right side till the frame side turned blue.  Its hard to do some tomes you need to play around with the position.  Note here the Layers palette is mostly off screen before the side turned blue.

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Jan 16, 2019 Jan 16, 2019

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On windows reset any of Adobe supplied Workspaces and you will find palettes docked to Photoshop right frame side.  Here I switched Adobe default workspace and undocked the palettes docked on right  side. I then grabbed the layer palette and dragged it to the right side till the frame side turned blue.  Its hard to do some tomes you need to play around with the position.  Note here the Layers palette is mostly off screen before the side turned blue.

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Jan 16, 2019 Jan 16, 2019

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That does it! Jeeze! I have been wasting my time for months and asking everyone. You Sir are a GENIUS!

Many thanks

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You are a genius... THANK YOU!

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Jan 16, 2019 Jan 16, 2019

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Try reducing the Photoshop window size so you  can definitely see the edge

I notice that when I do this have just floated the collapsed panels I just dragged away from the edge, those  panels remain in position relative to the monitor edges, and NOT relative to the Photoshop window.  This meant that reducing the Photoshop window size initially hid some of those panels, so beware.

Have you tried resetting the relevant workspace?

[EDIT]  Sorry JJ.  I posted this just after the OP said your post fixed things for him.

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