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ImanGM
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Hey,

You mean adding # manually in your codes? Yeah sometimes!

By the way, I guess there’s a new great design of yours behind this screenshot ;)

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goofydadog
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That! and the fact you have to scroll through the font list and can’t jump alphabetically using your keyboard like most other programs.

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scottwills
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That, and the fact Photoshop is not Fireworks. :(

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KrownThemes
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That, and the fact Photoshop is not Fireworks. :(

+1 still using an old copy of FW CS5 here:)

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QBKL
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That! and the fact you have to scroll through the font list and can’t jump alphabetically using your keyboard like most other programs.

What do you mean? It’s a type and search box. Pressing H will jump to H fonts, continuing to type He will select a font that starts with He and so on. You don’t have to scroll if you know what font you’re looking for.

On topic: with a lot of editors you can setup autocomplete options so that once you type (*-)color: it adds the # automatically and you don’t have to worry about that not coming from Photoshop or your clipboard in general. I for one did it cause I hate that I can’t start typing my color code without the #, and sometimes I even forget about it and only figure out when it doesn’t display. :)

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digitalscience
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Anyone get the PhotoShop help wizard pop up when right clicking accidentally – usually happens in FX panel… that’s been bugging me for years!

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Anyone get the PhotoShop help wizard pop up when right clicking accidentally – usually happens in FX panel… that’s been bugging me for years!

I’ve been getting that for years without exception coming from the color picker panel.

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Anyone get the PhotoShop help wizard pop up when right clicking accidentally – usually happens in FX panel… that’s been bugging me for years!
I’ve been getting that for years without exception coming from the color picker panel.

YES! Sometimes it opens several of them at once.

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^ Oh my god, once, my i7 computer fully crashed because of Photoshop opening about 50-60 help web pages all at once. I never understood why that happens. And never ever have I been able to understand why it happens, never.

@goofydedog – Actually, in Photoshop CC, you can just type the name of the font and it’ll select it for you. Type “b” and use the arrows to navigate. So there’s a workaround for that.

Whenever I open the color panel, and that ”#” appears and I swear I tell to myself “One day..one day..”.

What also gets me is how you always switch options / characteristics of .gif (Save for web) and if it’s a huge one, you wait for 2 minutes, but there’s literally no difference.

But the worst one is when you’re in the process of saving something big and then the power goes down. It literally corrupts the file, no way to recover it. That’s how I learned to do 2 back-ups. Photoshop CC automatically saves to the PSD, but if it’s being saved and the power goes down, that’s what happens.

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