I'm not sure on Mac but on Windows just click and hold near the top (see cursor position below) and drag it to the left until you see the edge go blue
Then let go
Ugh. Unfortunately, that doesn't work on my mine. Must only work on PC
Should work the same on a mac.
You have to move the Toolbar all the way to the edge of your screen or edge of the photoshop application, depending if you have the Application Frame off or on.
Try resetting your workspace by going to Window>Workspace>Reset (the name your saved workspace of one of the adobe provided ones).
I'm having a similar problem with my panels! Been using Photoshop for over 20 years, and recently, if those panels get dislodged from the workspace, I literally cannot re-attach. I have a MAC - any suggestions?
Finally got it!!
Had to resize the whole workspace.
Thank you all so very much!!
Yes, it works the same way on my/your Mac.
Click and drag to the left edge from the middle of the very top band of the Tools panel. When you see the blue line, release the mouse.
One more thing: When the screen layout is exactly as you want it, choose Window > Workspace > New Workspace and name it. In the future, when Tools and Panels get moved around, you can return them to your preferred layout by choosing Window >. Workspace > Reset (name of your workspace,)
I was thinking the same thing!! LOL. Just could not get it back into the application frame! Thanks