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Speed Ballin': adobe bridge tips > NESTING YOUR BRIDGE PANES

NESTING YOUR BRIDGE PANES

Nesting palettes (putting commonly used palettes together in one palette, with just their tabs showing) is very popular in Photoshop, and you're able to do that within Bridge as well. Just drag-and-drop the tab of one palette onto another palette (just like you would outside Bridge). For example, if you'd like all four Bridge pane tabs side-by-side at the top of the Bridge's Panel area, just drag the lower three tabs up to the Folders pane, one by one.


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