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PS-Adjustment Panel

Oct 08, 2019

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I was working on an image and hit a key on my keyboard by accident and my adjustment panel disappeared. I like to have it float just to the right of the image I'm working on. As you can see on the attachment I provided I have it in the 'Painting' section but not in the 'Photography' section. Can anyone please tell me how I can get it back. At the moment I am stuck & can't do other work because of this. Thanks in advance. 

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Just figured it out before everyone responded. Windows>Workspace>Reset Photography. Thanks to all.

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I was working on an image and hit a key on my keyboard by accident and my adjustment panel disappeared. I like to have it float just to the right of the image I'm working on. As you can see on the attachment I provided I have it in the 'Painting' section but not in the 'Photography' section. Can anyone please tell me how I can get it back. At the moment I am stuck & can't do other work because of this. Thanks in advance. 

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Just figured it out before everyone responded. Windows>Workspace>Reset Photography. Thanks to all.

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To get it back, activate...

 

> Window > Tools

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Just figured it out before everyone responded. Windows>Workspace>Reset Photography. Thanks to all.

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Click on Windows. Make sure Tools is checked.

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Oct 08, 2019

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Saving your workspace will capture your panel locations, so in the future you can just

switch to new workspace your Tool Panel, etc. will reset to new location in window.

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

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The link you provided was very helpful....thanks again.

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