Quick Tips

Creating The Über Palette

You’ve been able to nest one or more palettes into another palette since back in Photoshop 3.0. No big deal, but now you can not only nest but you can also dock palettes one atop the other, creating a giant über palette. Here’s how: Drag the name tab of one palette to the bottom edge of a second palette and slowly drag upward. A thin, black double-line will appear at the bottom of the top palette, letting you know it’s “time to dock.” Release the mouse and your palettes will be docked, one on top of the other. Now, when you move the top palette, all docked palettes will move with it as a group. We use this feature to stack our Character and Paragraph palettes (both found under the Window menu) so we can access all our type settings in one place.

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