Reattach the toolbar to the work space

Community Beginner ,
Feb 18, 2021 Feb 18, 2021

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Hello - Somehow I detached the tool bar from the work space and can't figure out how to rejoin them.  I tried the suggestion posted and it did not work for me.  I have a Mac Book Pro.  Thank you.

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 18, 2021 Feb 18, 2021
Hi I think the Application frame is not the issue and your toolbar is okay. You have floated (detached) the "window" for your document. There are two ways to do this: Window > Arrange > Float WindowDrag the title bar down, accidentally or on purpose There are two ways to put it back: Window > Arrange > ConsolidateDrag the title up into place and watch for the drop zone (blue lines) before releasing the mouse Turn on the Application frame if it's off, though. ~ Jane

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Photoshop btw.  I've included screen shot

 

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Hi

I think the Application frame is not the issue and your toolbar is okay. You have floated (detached) the "window" for your document. There are two ways to do this:

  • Window > Arrange > Float Window
  • Drag the title bar down, accidentally or on purpose

There are two ways to put it back:

  • Window > Arrange > Consolidate
  • Drag the title up into place and watch for the drop zone (blue lines) before releasing the mouse

Turn on the Application frame if it's off, though.

~ Jane

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Yes that worked.  Thank you everyone! :cherry_blossom:

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You're welcome, Claudia. We're happy to help.

~ Jane

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I am afraid I do not understand – where do you want the Toolbar to reside if not top left? 

Do you mean Window > Application Frame? 

Or Full Screen Mode (F)? 

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Definitely try what c.pfaff suggested. (Though I'm pretty sure that Application Frame was enabled by default so I don't know how it got disabled. I don't know how you guys deal with that mess; it would drive me nuts. I mean, dear Lord, I can see other elements peeking through that don't belong to Photoshop. So distracting.)

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