Hi, I have photoshop cs5 for the mac and I want to display 2 images of my project. I did this buy going to window>arrange>New Window For "project name" I want to be able to see one zoomed out and just have it displaying in the top corner. I position this new window on the top of my screen, but when I click on my "main" window, the new one just goes behind it and disappears.
My question is can I have my "main working window" tabbed in photoshop, while I have the smaller zoomed out duplicate window floating on top of it?
I would like for the smaller window to always be on top of my "main" working window of my project even while I have the "main" window selected. Is this possible on the mac version?
To solve this, I can make both of them floating windows and position them so that they do not overlap, but this takes up a lot of room on the screen.
I hope this description makes sense. Thanks in advance.
No, I normally use the Application Frame, anyway. The AF makes the Mac version like the Windows version except it lacks the particular ability to have an always-on-top floating document window that the OP is enquiring about. I don't know whether it is impossible due to a limitation of OS X.
I have application frame turned on and it does not work. The navigator is ok, but its too small and you cannot edit in it like you can in another copy of the project.
I have seen photoshop work in the way I describe, but it was on Windows. Could this just not be possible with the mac os?
Thanks for the quick replies
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