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The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers TIP: So you can add up to three lines of extra information below your thumb- nails, but what if you want to see just the thumbnails, and temporarily hide all that extra information? Just press Command-T (PC: Control-T) and only the thumbnails will be displayed. This is a handy shortcut, because all those extra lines of info take up space, and when you're displaying three extra lines, plus the file's name and perhaps even a rating, fewer thumbnails fit in the same amount of space. ©SCOTT KELBY Adding more panels: Although the Bridge is designed to have three palette panels visible on the left- hand side, you can actually have more (or fewer). To add an additional panel to the Bridge, you first have to go up to the View menu and choose the palettes you want visible. Then, click directly on the palette's tab and drag slowly upward (or downward, if your palette is at the top of the Panel area) until a thin bar highlights between the two currently visible pal- ettes. When you release your mouse but- ton, a new panel section will appear. This way you can have all five palettes visible all the time (if that's your "thing"). ©SCOTT KELBY Bridge Essentials Chapter 1 19