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Adobe Photoshop has a drawback in its interface, it uses several floating palettes and toolbars which occupy precious screen space for design. But you can't close these floating windows because they are indispensable for graphic design. So you have to minimize and restore these floating windows repeatedly to get more screen space for design. This tends to interrupt the creative continuity of the user. Photoshop Interface Assistant offers a solution to overcome the conflict between more screen space and work continuity. When you don't use the floating windows currently, it automatically moves them to the edge of the screen to give you the maximum available screen space for design; when you want to use these floating palettes and toolbars, just move cursor on any of them and they will automatically restore into your vision for usage. Photoshop Interface Assistant improves your work efficiency and really gives you more pleasure in design. It seems a little inconvenience at the beginning, but you will soon get used to it and feel its benefits.
Price USD19.95
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File Size 571.29 kB
Version 1.4
Operating System Windows 2003 Windows 2000 Windows 98 Windows Windows XP Windows NT
System Requirements
  • Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003
  • Pentium 166MHz or higher
  • 32MB RAM
  • Adobe Photoshop
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