ncjohn wrote in post #17909809
.........things about it that I just absolutely hate:
...... If you have your images free-floating and you get one of them too close to the top of the image editing area, Elements grabs it, makes it into a tab, and expands it so it fills the whole editing window and covers up any other images that are open. That happens to me over and over again.
That would be maddening. In fact, something like that would be enough to cause me to not use the program anymore.
The exact same problem seems to happen to me, but not in PhotoShop. Where I sometimes work they have a Windows-based computer (not an Apple). The same thin happens there with Internet Explorer windows. When doing things online, I prefer to have a lot of windows open and visible at the same time, with all of the windows overlapping one another on my screen. But, this p.c. at work makes it really difficult because any time I drag a window to the top of the screen it automatically expands it and makes that one window fill up the entire screen, which means that in order to get it back the way I want it I have to then click the thingy at the top corner to make it not full screen, then drag it away from the top edge. BUT I WANT IT AT THE TOP EDGE - that is where I want it to be, and I want it to be there but not full screen. Can't do it. If it is at the very top of the screen it is going to go full screen on you. Absolutely maddening. Makes me want to drag my whole desktop to work just so I can browse the 'net MY WAY!
Anyway it seems like your PhotoShop program is giving you the exact same problem that Internet Explorer gives me. If you figure out how to fix this then please let us know in this post.............I don't think I am going to buy or subscribe to PhotoShop until I know for sure that this will never happen to me.
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