The interface and performance Sets Photoshop CS6


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The interface and performance settings

In this movie, I'll introduce you to a handful of interface and performance settings that I find to be very useful. To demonstrate the first of them I'll go ahead and drag this image up and to the left so that you can see that we have this slight drop shadow under the image, out here in the spaceport. To better see it, I'll light up the interface by pressing Shift+F2 a couple times and now you can see that drop shadow more clearly. Now in my opinion, there's really no purpose behind the drop shadow behind the image and you can get rid of it by pressing Ctrl+K or Command+K on the Mac and then pressing Ctrl+2 or Cmd+2 to advance to the Interface items.

And notice that the Border is set to Drop Shadow and both the Standard Screen mode and the Full Screen with menu mode. I personally go ahead and turn it off for Full Screen with menus and leave it on for the Standard Screen mode and that way I can easily tell which mode I am working with at any given moment in time...

The interface and performance settings
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The interface and performance settings provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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