On my Vista machine, everytime I restart PS it reverts to the PS default workspace. I have a personal 'default' which will return it to my configuration, but it's annoying to have to switch it every time I restart.
In the X3 version there was a menue setting for the color of the work space where you could change it and not have to use the Graphite color. In the X4 version there is nowhere to select non default color. There should be as not everyone wants to be forced into having it the default"graphite or whatever"color.
I open PDFs in Illustrator that were created in Autodesk Inventor. The default of Myriad Pro is applied and I would like to change that. I have made a new document profile and a new workspace, but the profile is only good for a new document. The workspace does not change the default type. I could save lots of time if I could change this behavior! I am working in CS6 on a 64-bit Windows machine.
Perhaps it is only a question of getting Illustrator to recognize Arial?
When I first install My autocad Map 3D 2012 my workspace name are Planning and Analysis, 2D Drafting Workspace or Map Classic Workspace after I select reset button in option->Profiles tab My Workspace names are Drafting & Annotation, 3D Basic, 3d Modeling or AutoCAD classic. How do I get my profile to reset back Autocad Map 3d 2012?
I have a situation where the default behavior of my rectangle tool (or any of the other shape tools) is now different. I'm on Mac OS X 10.6.5 running Illustrator CS5. It acts as though the option-shift keys are pressed, so whenever I draw an object, it draws from the center point and the dimensions are constrained, so i can only draw a square or circle, not a rectangle or ellipse. Additionally, whenever I use the selection tool, it clones the object I drag, and also constrains the positioning, so i can only drag in a 0, 45 or 90 degree angle (or multiples thereof). It's as if my option-shift keys are permanently pressed (if I actually press option-shift, the behavior persists). I tried using a different (brand new) keyboard, tried throwing away preferences, and the problem remains. I also tried booting up Illustrator CS4, and the weird problem showed up there! This behavior just started happening spontaneously. I couldn't think of anything weird that happened (a crash, a new plug-in, etc.). I can't find a preference that sets this behavior either.
I am working on a visual presentation that I will print out as a booklet and each page is saved as a .psd. Is there a way to configure the psd file so that when I open that one file (call it the master file) all the images open up together. I'd like to know if this might be possible so I can avoid having to open each image/page individually.
I cannot see the bottom of my workspace. I have tried different views and different workspace configurations.when I open an image it is halfway cut off at bottom of screen and I cannot scoll it up with track pad or mouse.
When I open photoshop, the workspace won't appear. It's layers show up on the layer menu, but the image and workspace are no where to be found. Entering full screen mode freezes. If i open photoshop and delete my settings, it fixes everything, but i am getting tired of setting all my settings back up every time i do this.
When I'm working in photoshop CS2 there is allways one big issue bothering me: all the menu's that are in the way (Tools menu, Layers menu, navigator, history). Does anybody know a shortcut to hide those menus all at the same time, and a shortcut to make them reappear?
Another thing that could solve my problem is to be able to zoom in outside of the picture (into the gray area), now I'm restricted to stay zoomed into the picture (so the most left pixel will also be the most left pixel in your photoshop screen, if anybody knows how to change that..
Any documents opened in Photoshop have a yellow tint to them. Even new blank documents have a sick yellow overtone.
All other Adobe products including bridge display documents correctly, and all menus/panels in PS are shown correctly. The color problem is strictly within documents in Photoshop.
I've attempted to change all the color settings (RGB modes, Conversion Options, etc.) in several documents with no change. I've also closed Photoshop, located my .ICC and .ICM files in "program files/common files/adobe/color/", renamed the "Profiles" and "MPProfiles" directories and restarted Photoshop. Did not change.
I'm using ACER and LG monitors, which both seem to display everything else properly but both are showing the yellow tint on the PS docs, although the ACER (being a brighter monitor) shows more yellow than the LG does.
you know how by default for mac photoshop there is no background workspace, it just shows the desktop with the pallettes on the side and windows by default has a gray background...is there a way to get rid of the gray background completely?
When i'm in Photoshop CS2, I set-up my workspace to my liking ( large image size with rulers around the screen) and then save it and give it a title. The next time I open Photoshop, it opens with a very small image and I have to click on the maximize bar to enlarge it. Should it not remember my workspace preference?
How are you all? I just have a quick question. Is there a possible way that I can get a workspace I have and transfer it onto my other computer? The thing is, I customized it, (the name is "00001") It is not a preset one that came with photoshop.
In PS CS3 you could open as many graphical files as you wanted, move them around on the scrren, edit them, then create a new file and copy those into it creating a composite image.
Now, with CS6, I haven't figured out how to do that yet. If I load an image, it takes up the entire workspace, with rulers going negative to hugely positive with no reason to do so. If I load another image, I can't see them both unless I tile. if there is a way to put ALL files, say 10 of them all on ONE workspace at once? I'm almost ready to go BACK to CS3!
where my custom workspace are stored. I want to copy several I created on my desktop to my laptop. Have looked extensively without success.
The ability to create customized work spaces and quickly jump between them was a major leap forward in PS. How the CS6 migration grabbed my workspace from CS5. Now I want to copy them to my laptop, too.
My problem is that when I open a new image, the image window floats behind my left-sided panels.
I really want it to default to a location that I set for any new document that is created or image that is opened, but I can't figure out how to save that location and I've searched online and in the preferences.
I recently did a upgrade to my PC and had to reinstall Windows 7 and all the software/programs on my PC. I have Photoshop CS5 working fine and all, but one thing it is doing that it never did in the past is ...
I set my workspace up to how I wanted it to be - put my history pallet where I want it, loaded all my brushes, actions, etc. it used to always be there when I opened PS up the next time. Now, since my PC Re-install, it seems to go back to default ... is there a way to stop this ?
PS CC won't save a custom workspace. Nothing happens. In addition, I get a "Can't apply workspace because of a system error" when i try to view the What's New workspace. Just downloaded the CC today. Mac 10.7.5, 3.4 GHz processor, 16GB RAM.