Toolbar left floating after images closed and workspaces inconsistent

Explorer ,
May 16, 2019

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Hi,

Just wondering if someone can tell me how to fix this. After I close and save an image I return to the home screen but my toolbar is left floating:as shown at the right side of the home screen here:

I had moved it from it's initially docked position to the right because I like to have everything on the right hand side. In earlier versions of PS I had no problem doing that and I could save my workspaces with no problem. Now I open the default workspace, customize it the way I want and then save that as a new workspace but often elements I positioned in it are lost or in a different place when I open that workspace. I'm on Photoshop CC 20.0.4 but this has been happening for the last 2 or 3 updates.

Ideas appreciated.

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Toolbar left floating after images closed and workspaces inconsistent

Explorer ,
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Hi,

Just wondering if someone can tell me how to fix this. After I close and save an image I return to the home screen but my toolbar is left floating:as shown at the right side of the home screen here:

I had moved it from it's initially docked position to the right because I like to have everything on the right hand side. In earlier versions of PS I had no problem doing that and I could save my workspaces with no problem. Now I open the default workspace, customize it the way I want and then save that as a new workspace but often elements I positioned in it are lost or in a different place when I open that workspace. I'm on Photoshop CC 20.0.4 but this has been happening for the last 2 or 3 updates.

Ideas appreciated.

Thanks,

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May 17, 2019

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Hi

I never use the Home Screen but just tested it and can verify the same issue, might be worth reporting it as a bug on the Photoshop Feedback Forum

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May 17, 2019

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You need just to dock it in it's place again after open or create new document.
You can also use Window> Workspace  to reset your workspace and the tools panel.

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Explorer ,
May 17, 2019

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As mentioned, saving the workspace (repeatedly) does not solve the problem. It still floats on its own after closing files.

Until 2 or 3 updates ago this never happened.

I agree with Ged and have posted it as a bug to Photoshop Feedback Forum

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By the way ...that floating toolbar is there when I open PS again now too.

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Just drag it as far to the (left) edge of your screen and it will dock and stick.

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