Unfortunately not at the moment, no.
It is my understanding that Adobe is looking into how to restore this functionality in a different way for those of us who use it. That may mean we'll be out of luck until a follow-on release after 14.1, though.
I certainly hope so. It is a HUGE time saver for my workflow. I have been stumbling thru work all day today after upgrading.
Glad to see that I am not the only one who likes this feature!
To get Overscroll Always to work in PS 14.1.x and later, try the following:
1. Navigate to your user folder, then hit shft-cmd-G and type library to view the hidden library folder.
1 alternate: In the Finder, hold down the option key and select the Go menu, select the Library folder.
2. Inside the Library folder navigate to /Preferences/Adobe Photoshop CC Settings/
3. Create a plain text file called "PSUserConfig.txt" and add the following two lines of text to that file:
# Overscroll Always
4. copy that file into the Adobe Photoshop CC Settings folder
5. re-launch PS
1. at the root of your OS volume, navigate to \Users\<current user>\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC\Adobe Photoshop CC Settings\
2. repeat steps #3 - #5 above
Overscroll always should be working as expected after adding that file. If not, please let me know.
Excellent! It works here as well.
Thank you kindly for following-up and making sure those of us using these special features are taken care of, Adam.
Thanks SO much!
That worked perfectly.
Thanks! Awesome. Works like a charm :-)
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Overscroll is now a Preference since CC 2014, no longer any need to create a PSUserConfig.txt file unless you still use CC v14.
CC2014: Preferences > Interface > Overscroll
CC2015: Preferences > Tools > Overscroll
OK. Now I feel stupid
Not knowing an obscure option is not the same as being stupid.
Anyway, this thread needed to be updated with this information for everyone.
Still works for Photoshop CC 2017. Thank you