This seems like kind of a silly problem and it feels like the solution should be obvious, but for the life of me, I can't figure it out. I recently upgraded to Photoshop CC 2018 and have gotten pretty much everything set up the way I like it. The one thing that's bothering me is that, if I open a large-ish file, it will overlap and cover the docked windows on the right side of the screen. Obviously, this isn't a big deal, as it only takes a second to resize the window. In the past, though, files have always constrained themselves to "available space." Is there some preference setting I just can't find to counteract this? I know that working in tabs will take care of it, but I generally prefer not to do that. Any help would be much appreciated!
There was a problem like that in CC 2018 which was fixed in one of the CC 2018 updates your CC 2018 version should be 19.1.2 with the updates installed
Adobe Photoshop Version: 19.1.2 20180302.r.277 2018/03/02: 1160083 x64
Strange. That is indeed my current version, no outstanding updates, yet the problem persists. Maybe I'll try reinstalling and see if that has any effect.