Why can't I side-scroll when my image is smaller than the screen

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I want to paint something in the area where a panel is. I have to zoom in like crazy in order to even move the image, so I can see the sides. I should mention, I don't like floating image windows.

Krita, GIMP and others can do this, no problems btw.

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Go to Preferences > Tools, and check Overscroll.

You can also press Tab to hide the panels.

 

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Why can't I side-scroll when my image is smaller than the screen

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I want to paint something in the area where a panel is. I have to zoom in like crazy in order to even move the image, so I can see the sides. I should mention, I don't like floating image windows.

Krita, GIMP and others can do this, no problems btw.

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Correct answer by Per Berntsen | Adobe Community Professional

Go to Preferences > Tools, and check Overscroll.

You can also press Tab to hide the panels.

 

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Go to Preferences > Tools, and check Overscroll.

You can also press Tab to hide the panels.

 

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Thank you, that's exactly what I wanted. Still not sure why it's not the default.

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If you dock your histoty panel it will not be over your image . However your imags screen area will be smaler.

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setup you workspace the ways you want and save your own workspace.

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Yes, but it's the same as floating tabs for each images. I don't have to disable all my tool so I can check smth. on the image and then re-enable them. Thanks anyways, but @Per Berntsen nailed it.

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Sorry, Adobe didn't let me edit my answer. My displays are not the same size, so doing it this way doesn't feel right.

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