With Adobe's continued regression into silent-movie-era palettes I'm having a harder and harder time distinguishing which one out of multiple open documents is the 'hot' one (the one I'm working on at the moment). Could you please bring back the red X box in the image window? It's not like I'm demanding that horrible blue bar from CS3 or anything. I mean. a little color to tip us off to what we're working on can't make all the monochrome purists run in terror can it?
Working on a crapload of images in multiple open windows today and this "feature" continues to make my work more difficult than it needs to be. And no, I don't do tabs.
If you're going to suck all the color hints out of the UI maybe you should get rid of that blue box in the upper left corner of every image window - it's just sooo annoying...
You mean like DWTS?
Really? The problem is it's NOT a 'new feature' its an old one!
Well I tried to post and was asked to create yet another PITA login (what's up with that?) don't know if it went through even.
But I'll continue to vote for my favorite DWTS Packer Donald Driver...
I agree wholeheartedly. It is really difficult to know which document has the focus when you open a whole bunch of images at once (especially if they don't have descriptive names, just numbers in the title).
It doesn't have to be the red X, but something to make it significantly different from the rest.
There is such a thing as carrying elegance too far. When design starts to interfere with function, it's crossed the line.