iMac 27' OS Lion CS4 - I have built a new custom workspace where I have about 10 palettes permanently on the desktop and unlike my older Mac G5 running Tiger, when I open an image file it occupies the whole screen (depending on original size) and is occupying space also under the palettes. I would like for the image to open or if not open then when I keystroke cmd+0 for 'fit screen' so it only occupies the area of the screen that is free. help please.
I can recommend this script I've been using for years,it will work on the Mac. It automatically fits the image to screen upon you opening it.
As for your image going under the panels,I think I'll leave that to the more qualified Mac Photoshop experts,but maybe pressing the Tab key to turn the panels off and on while an image is open can set the image window to back to normal
I just tried it out on my iBook. The script will work in Mac Photoshop. Just open your Photoshop folder in the Application folder,drop the script into Presets > Scripts > Events Scripts Only and then open Photoshop and open the Script Events Manager. The Windows and Mac versions work the same. Follow the settings in the Windows example. Close and restart Photoshop and it will work.