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Can photoshop don't show layername on file title bar?

New Here ,
Mar 25, 2019

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when I open files , the title bar shows 'filename @ 100%(RGB/8#) ' ,but when I creat layer ,the title bar shows 'filename @ 100%(layer1,RGB/8#) ',If I creat a words  layer and have many content , it will shows 'filename @ 100%(wodscontentwodscontentwodscontentwodscontentwodscontentwodscontent,RGB/8#) 'seems layername in the brackets.And the title bar will fill all big width of file title bar and I cant choose other files.

Can photoshop don't show layername on file title bar?

Correct answer by Francesco_Della_Peruta | Adobe Community Professional

Or obviously rename the long name layer:

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Can photoshop don't show layername on file title bar?

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when I open files , the title bar shows 'filename @ 100%(RGB/8#) ' ,but when I creat layer ,the title bar shows 'filename @ 100%(layer1,RGB/8#) ',If I creat a words  layer and have many content , it will shows 'filename @ 100%(wodscontentwodscontentwodscontentwodscontentwodscontentwodscontent,RGB/8#) 'seems layername in the brackets.And the title bar will fill all big width of file title bar and I cant choose other files.

Can photoshop don't show layername on file title bar?

Correct answer by Francesco_Della_Peruta | Adobe Community Professional

Or obviously rename the long name layer:

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Mar 26, 2019

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I don't think there is such an option...

As a workaround you can simply temporarly select the background layer (or a layer with a short name) of the actual file.

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Mar 26, 2019

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Or obviously rename the long name layer:

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Mar 26, 2019

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you are right. I just have many words layer, and have many  smart object ,many file to swaps.such mess.

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Jul 23, 2020

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This is not obvious unless you are a well-informed user. Also this is bad UX. If you open an existing document, the tab should have the title of the document not the selected layers; in fact new layers should not take on the name of the content of those layers, since, like the user pointed out, those content blocks could be long. If the document is being created inside PS, the title of the doc shold be 'NEW'+ template pattern. 

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