Do you click the Done button when you're done?
You're on a Macbook Air, which has a pretty small monitor screen. (Some have as little as 800 or less vertical screen resolution.) If your screen resolution is less than 1280x1024, it's possible you can't see the entire program's interface.
That was the problem! The "Done" button and I just made acquaitances thanks to some help from my external monitor. Thanks, Steve!
Very glad that Steve had your answer, and thank you for marking the thread as Answered, and Steve's Reply as Correct.
Adobe uses the data from Correct and Helpful, to improve the forums, and to also take to "management," when funding times come around. It also helps those, who come upon a thread, from a Search, to know what the answer was.
Absolutely! No point in posting a question in a forum marked "Community"
if it doesn't help other users. It would also be a poor use of Steve's
time but now, hopefully, one answer can help a lot of people. Kudos to
everyone who puts in the time to help others!
For only three posts, you certainly understand how forums work, and that is greatly appreciated.
Too often, users drop by, ask a question, get Replies, and we never see them again.
Later, others will find that thread, usually via a Search, and have the same question, or problem, but what they do not know is if any of the Replies helped the OP. You took care of that nicely.
Also, it helps the responders know that their Replies did help, and that is important, as we might be faced with a similar question in the future, and not know if our ideas were helpful.