I have different workflows for different types of projects as many users do. There are times when having my images open in tabs is more efficient and there are times when it isn't.
When saving a workspace, I would really like to have the option of saving my prefs for that particular workspace. It could go along with the other 2 options that are already there.
This probably needs to go in feature request because I'm sure it's too late for this version.
It's a good request that we'll look at.
Please feel free to add or vote for feature ideas here:http://phtshp.us/Feature_Request
As a potential option for you here
You could customize a keyboard shortcut to the options in the window > Arrange menu such as "Float all in Windows" and "Consolidate All to Tabs"
Set your keyboard customizations in Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts: Then customize the shortcuts for the items in the Arrange menu.
This will give you quick access to the style of windows you need without the mouse travelling and clicks.
Thanks for the response Pete.
Unfortunately, without the Application Frame, the images always consolidated on the wrong monitor no matter what I did. However, you did inspire me to do some experimenting and find a good workaround. I have the App Frame on and uncheck open in tabs. Then I have consolidate all to tabs assigned to an F key and it opens them on the monitor where the App Frame is.
Is there no way to see these conversations on the website? Seems like a shame.
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…Is there no way to see these conversations on the website? Seems like a shame…
Hehehe… You are on the website!
The forums are designed to be accessed through their web interface via your web browser. If you use email to respond, you lose the opportunity to embed images in your posts. Any file you attach to an email response is seen by no one, it just disappears into cyberspace.
After I posted this here I found a link to the 'feature request' forum and posted the same thing there. I assumed Pete was responding to that thread and not this one so that's where I was looking. Thanks for the helpful guidance though.
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