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PixeledArt
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Yeah this thread is totally off topic.

But my workspace Photoshop is a customized version of “Essential” for CS4 ….heres a screenshot

http://img199.imageshack.us/img199/7554/myworkspace.png

And for Illustrator

http://img43.imageshack.us/img43/8859/myworkspace2.png

And InDesign

http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/3844/myworkspace3.png

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Alter
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Here is mine:

Photoshop

I leave space for the most important thing in Photoshop, the layers, I’m a complete layer-man. It also gives me all the space I need for the workspace and everything is at hand at the layer’s side. I label my workspace with inspirational phrases, just to make it more personal, and of course, to motivate me. The icons at the right side have a special position depending on what it is, for example, the history is at the top because it’s one of the most used and it can be long so it needs space, and the last ones are notes and layer comps, and so. I’ve used Photoshop for a long time and I know exactly how I want it to be configured. I don’t post pictures for the rest of the Adobe Suite as I don’t work on other app too often and if I do I still don’t have the experience to change the layout as in Photoshop.

I hope you like it, any question I’ll be glad to answer, and I think this is a great thread. :)

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ExitStrategy
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Workspace changes depending on the task at hand but generally for my “normal” design jobs i run with this setup

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