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Palettes

Bruce has a second monitor set up on his computer just so he can open all of Photoshop's palettes on it and free up his primary monitor's precious space. There's little doubt that palettes are both incredibly important and yet incredibly annoying at times. Fortunately, Photoshop has some built-in but hidden features that make working with palettes a much happier experience. For instance, palettes are “sticky”—if you move them near the side of the monitor or near another palette, they'll “snap-to” align to that side or palette. (Even better, you can hold down the Shift key while you drag a palette, to force it to the side of the screen.) This (if nothing else) helps you keep a neat and tidy screen on which to work.


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