Recovering the PSP 2018 title?

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Recovering the PSP 2018 title?

Post by terrypin »

I went to full screen mode and then somehow lost the title. Then struggled to get back to normal! How should I have achieved it please?

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Re: Recovering the PSP 2018 title?

Post by Jean-Luc »

Hit the F11 key or Shift+A
Or select the Complete workspace (-> File/Workspace/Complete)
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Re: Recovering the PSP 2018 title?

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Jean-Luc and terrypin, the default shortcut for F11 toggles the Brush Variance palette. Shift-A toggles full screen editing mode.
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Re: Recovering the PSP 2018 title?

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Forriner wrote:
Thu Jan 07, 2021 5:52 pm
Jean-Luc and terrypin, the default shortcut for F11 toggles the Brush Variance palette. Shift-A toggles full screen editing mode.
You are right. F11 is a browser shortcut. :oops:
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Re: Recovering the PSP 2018 title?

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Thanks, Shift+A works nicely. Pity the more familiar F11 doesn't.

I'll pass on the workspace method for now. Even after studying the long thread suggested by Jean-Luc I still don't really understand that workspace stuff. I lost my normal workspace but luckily I'd saved it a year or two ago. As you'll gather, I'm still an infrequent user of PSP 2018, preferring my PSP 8 comfort zone ;-)
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Re: Recovering the PSP 2018 title?

Post by Jean-Luc »

terrypin wrote:
Thu Jan 07, 2021 6:18 pm
I'm still an infrequent user of PSP 2018, preferring my PSP 8 comfort zone ;-)
You can customize PSP 2021 to look like PSP 8:
http://www.paintshoppro.fr/viewtopic.php?p=14549#p14549
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Re: Recovering the PSP 2018 title?

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Thanks Jean-Luc, that's what I did shortly after installing PSP 2018. So the UI is not too alien. But that didn't help much when I lost it. Recovery wasn't as intuitive as in PSP 8. Mainly because of unfamiliarity!
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Re: Recovering the PSP 2018 title?

Post by Jean-Luc »

Each time I customize my workspace or modify it, I save it with the date.
I keep successive versions of my workspaces.
If I make a wrong manipulation, I load a previous customized version:
Workspace save load.jpg
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