Customizing the application background


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Customizing the application background

Okay, this video is for the control freaks, when you absolutely want to control every visual aspect of the Photoshop interface. Some of you have noticed that when you're in the Full-Screen Mode, your image is displayed against a particular background, in this case it's a neutral gray, but it also has a slight drop shadow behind the image. Some of you may find that distracting or you may want to customize that. So to do that, you go to your Preferences, Command+K, Ctrl+K and in your Interface section, you've got up here in the General, all sorts of ways to customize this. If you want top change the default color for the Standard Screen Mode and the Full Screen Mode from Gray to something else, you can either choose Black or you can choose a Custom color, it's up to you, you can change that.

And if you want the Drop Shadow to go away or there to be a Line or None, you can do that as well. So I'm going to change the Standard Screen Mode to have no Drop Shadow and the F...

Customizing the application background
Video duration: 1m 33s 6h 21m Intermediate

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Customizing the application background provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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