My version of Photoshop CC was not working well at all so I uninstalled it completely, rebooted my machine and reinstalled it. One thing I did have that is no longer there was the Actions Menu where you could do a number of things in Actions such as: Duplicate, Delete, Record and so forth. It was just a small set of lines at the very top right-hand side of the side bar when you were using Actions. I do a LOT of batch work and I'm very lost without it. Once I worked all the bugs out a series of Actions I needed I Duplicate them for as many times I needed them to run. I'd sure appreciate some help. Being in this business since 1985 doesn't mean I know everything although I do know a little about a few things. Now that I'm retired and ONLY working for the Greater Good I subscribed to Adobe's $49.95 a month plan for fun. Well sometimes it's Very Fun, sometimes it's like getting a toothache on the weekend and having to wait until Monday to see the dentist. Last time that happened I couldn't wait, I rigged up a tooth pulling apparatus in the garage and yanked that little baby out. Monday when I did see the dentist I found out I yanked out a perfectly good tooth. He charged me $1,600.00 to pull out 4 I couldn't see. Here I thought I was goung to save myself some money. . .
Hello, did you try to reset the workspace to see if another panel is not in front? Windows>workspace>reset...
YES, you are exactly right. Every other tool I have in that side bar has the Fly-out menu EXCEPT Actions. Now I just need to figure out what turns on the Actions one.
Thank You Very Much!!