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Design Photoshop Foundations Workspace Basics Windows & Panels

Dotoria Corny
Dotoria Corny
1,867 Points

No application bar for Adobe Photoshop CS6?

I can't find application bar on Adobe Photoshop CS6.

Do I have to open it from somewhere in the program? or it cut out from the program already?

4 Answers

I believe they removed the application bar after Photoshop CS5 intentionally and moved all of its functionality to different panels and/or other parts of the UI. Is there anything in specific you were looking for and needed help finding?

Dotoria Corny
Dotoria Corny
1,867 Points

It's nothing, I stick with the video and I think it's quite useful!

So, there's no the application bar. The way to arrange things is going to window and select arrange? is there any faster method?

Thank you

Yep, unfortunately you have to go through a series of context menus now to access the arrange function.

Matt Varner
Matt Varner
5,373 Points

Dotoria,

You might be able to create a useful replacement by playing around with the new Configurator. Hope this helps.

I'm only guessing...I'm stuck with CS2, lol.

Ariel Aronica
Ariel Aronica
6,646 Points

Thank you for this question and all the answers. Very helpful guys! <3