Chris,Just as Karen, I'm not totally clear on the problem, but perhaps you could try to play with the various options under  Window/Arrange/"float in windows" or "float all in windows" for example. Then you should be free to resize move etc. any documents however you please.Aurore (on a pc)

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    On Thursday, March 21, 2019, 6:12:01 PM PDT, Chris Gralapp <[log in to unmask]> wrote:  
 While we are talking about annoyances in the most recent incarnation of PS CC--tell me if there is a fix for the following, or if you are experiencing similar:
 When I have multiple images open, it used to be that if I wanted to bring a 'behind' image forward, I could click on the 'title bar' (the top margin of the image that contains the image name, zoom percentage, color space), and the image would come forward, without resizing.  I could click, bring forward, and reposition all in one motion.
 Now, when I click on the top bar of the image, it comes forward, BUT it also maximizes it to fill the screen, which is very annoying, and not what I want.
 If I click in the body of the 'behind' image, it will come forward at its current size, but I don't always have the right tool (a selection tool) in hand when I want to do this.
 I will bet there is a setting somewhere that disables resizing when I click on the image title bar, but I have not been able to find it, nor I have I found anything online.  This is a small prob, but a big time waster!
Chris Gralapp, MA, CMI, FAMI
Medical/Scientific Illustration
   On 3/21/2019 5:46 PM, Karen Ackoff wrote:
 Okie dokie. K
 On Mar 21, 2019, at 7:44 PM, Gail's Business Account <[log in to unmask]> wrote: 
Thanks Karen - I’ll have to send you a screenshot of the color picker. It’s definitely different from the past. 
 Sent from my iPad 
 On Mar 21, 2019, at 8:40 PM, Karen Ackoff <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
  I don’t really notice any difference. The color picker works as it always has - for me, at least. Am I missing something? 
  I think new versions ought to come out every 2 years not every year, not every year. I assume this is because it is a subscription service, it’s a marketing decision to release new versions annually. And because there is the pressure to release a new version each year, Adobe has to come up with new features. For example, do we really need 10 ways to zoom in to a document? 3 or 4 is plenty. They seem to have built a great deal of redundancy into the programs. The Properties panel is something I’m getting used to, and I can see the logic but it, too, is redundant.  
  Ways to zoom in:     
   - Zoom tool in the Tools panel
   - View menu - zoom in, zoom out, fit on screen, 100%, 200%, Print Size
   - Short cut - Command+ to zoom in, Command- to zoom out
   - Spacebar+Command to zoom in, Spacebar+Command+Option to zoom out
   - Use the status bar (the little bar at the lower left of the document window - type in the % of magnification desired
   - Scrubby zoom - hold down the left mouse button and drag to the right to zoom in, left to zoom out
   - With the Zoom tool selected, you can also choose from the Control panel - 100%, Fit Screen, Fill Screen
   - You can also zoom using the Navigator panel
 OK, so that’s 8 ways, not 10. But you get my point.  
  I will say, I like the Puppet Warp feature - both in Photoshop and Illustrator. 
  If you could be more specific about your difficulties, perhaps I can help. Otherwise, call me if you want and we can talk more. 
 On Mar 21, 2019, at 11:57 AM, Gail Guth <[log in to unmask]> wrote: 
Hi-  Is anyone else annoyed with the new color picker in the latest version of Photoshop [2019 CC]?  I am finding it much more difficult to move around the square, or use the slider and find the color I want. So far I don't see the improvement at all. Am I  missing something?


 Gail Guth
 Guth Illustration & Design
 139 Lathrop Avenue
 Battle Creek, MI  49014-5076
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