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  • PC Utility - Interface Improver

    A thread at another list kicked up this link, I thought some of you might like this utility -

    Which makes hidden flyout/popups of your apps numerous palettes to maximize screen real estate.

    The original message poster did not know about the TAB key in Adobe software, which can hide palettes and bring them back.

    For those that can run a second monitor - this is also a good option.

    Stephen Marsh.

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