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I have just got my new computer,I thought I was gettig cs3 with it but cs4 has been installed.....
On 3 when I opened a photo to work on and had finished,I was able to click the X in the top right corner to get rid of it...and cs3 stayed open.
Now there is no X on the photo,and to get rid of it I have to close cs4 down completly.
So is that how it is now,or can I get the seperate window for the photo back somehow please....Marcus
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If you point your mouse to the top of the frame, a blue grid will highlight around it and the image can be pulled away to create a separate window. However, look at the tab of the image and a dedicated x is available to close down the image.
Thank you,I'll take a look.....Marcus
Have a look through preferances under edit.
I'm fairly sure you can change how documents/images open.
ie: You can get it to work more like CS2/3....
Can't remember the default settings, But look at the " Interface " options.
Check or uncheck something like " Open Documants as Tabs " also might be something to do with " Enable Floating Document Window Docking " .........Way to many knobs.....
Whatever..! But these are probably the prime suspects....
By default, the images are tabbed so that you can select each one individually. There is an 'x' on each tab and you close the image (without closing CS4) by clicking on that
Does that mean you have a spare legit version of CS3 for the classifieds?!
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