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I can not find the commands on the left

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this morning i opened photoshop but there were not the commands that usually are there , someone can help me please ? i really need photoshop and i can not work like this .

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I can not find the commands on the left

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this morning i opened photoshop but there were not the commands that usually are there , someone can help me please ? i really need photoshop and i can not work like this .

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If you mean the Tools panel, go to Window > Tools.

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thanks

 

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i did it but when i close photoshop the tools remain on the screen like when i am on youtube i have the tools on the left of the screen

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Hi

That will happen without fail when two things occur:

  • You have one or more floating panels
  • You closed your documents and windows, but did not quit Photoshop

When you reopened the Tools panel from the Window menu, it opened as a floating panel. You can dock it manually or by going to Window > Workspace > Reset [Current Workspace].

 

Here is Help on Workspace Basics:

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/workspace-basics.html

 

~ Jane

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It sounds like you didn't close Photoshop, and/or it has something to do with the application frame.

I'm a Windows user, so maybe a Mac user can help you.

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I wonder, then if this is a Mac-only thing. It happens to me so often that I hardly notice it. I just close the floating panels and reset my workspace later when I want to work in PS again.

 

~ Jane

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Let's see if a reset will fix this. and for good measure restart your Mac.

reset prefs 2020.png

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