How to turn off the file location pop up?

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Hello there, I have Photoshop Elements 10 and each time I hover or quickly run my mouse over the image taps, right under where the settings for tools would be (I have marked the said tap in the picture below), a file/image location pops up in a long thin box and then goes away. It is very distracting to say the least because I usually work pretty fast and fx adjust my brush size alot and thus cross the taps repeatedly with my mouse which causes the said box to pop up and disappear numerous times. Is there any way to turn that off?

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Best regards, Sofie

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 28, 2021 Nov 28, 2021
Elements 10 is not installed in my present computer, but did you try to look at the Edit > Preferences, general ? Is there a checkbox for 'show tooltips' ?

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Elements 10 is not installed in my present computer, but did you try to look at the Edit > Preferences, general ?

Is there a checkbox for 'show tooltips' ?

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Ahh yes I can see that, that is turned on. I just checked it off and that seemed to fix it, thank you so much!
I didn't think the pop up counted as a "tooltip" when I first looked at the preferences

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