- Accessing Photoshop's Preferences Settings
- General Preferences
- File Handling Preferences
- Setting Display & Cursors Preferences
- Understanding How to Choose Transparency & Gamut Settings
- Setting Units & Rulers Preferences
- Checking Out the Guides, Grid & Slices Preferences
- Getting Some Control Over Screen Appearances of Elements!
- Optimizing Photoshop's Performance with the Plug-Ins & Scratch Disks and Memory & Image Cache Preferences Settings
- More Choices and More Control with the Preset Manager
- Who Wants So Many Palettes in a Group?
- Customizing the Shapes Feature
- Exploring Near-Infinite Brush Variations and Creating Custom Brushes
- Customizing Layers
- Using the Tool Presets Palette
- Using Actions to Add Keyboard Shortcuts
- Setting Selection and Mask Modes
- Spell Checking and Photoshop
- Customizing Your Workspace with the Palette Well
Customizing Your Workspace with the Palette Well
The Palette Well expands your capabilities to customize your Photoshop workspace.
If you're comfortable with 800x600 video resolution, you may never see Photoshop's Palette Well. It's on the far upper right of the screen at 1,024x768 and higher, and it's a place where you can drop palettes.
Palettes stay neatly arranged, and you can display a palette from the well by clicking on its title (see Figure 3.52).
Figure 3.52 The well is available only at 1,024x768 video resolutions and higher.