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Sarah
Changing color of my window background?
on Jun 30, 2005 at 1:25:45 pm

This question may have been posted before, but I wouldnt even know what to search for...

Someone else has been using my computer and changed some of the settings. The one I cant seem to figure out is the color of my file windows. I mean when I expand the window that my file is in, so that theres empty space around it, its usually gray,and now its not.

Does anyone know how I can reset it?

Thanks!!!


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Andrei Lutic
Re: Changing color of my window background?
on Jun 30, 2005 at 3:00:04 pm

Set the color you want as the foreground color then shift-click in the empty space around the image with the paint bucket tool.


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Jeff M
Re: Changing color of my window background?
on Jul 3, 2005 at 10:55:43 pm

Change background back to Grey:

1. Open the Color Palette

2. Click on the open dialogue Icon in the uppr right corner (looks like a small grey arrow in a white circle

3. This opens up another menu -> click on Grayscale Slider

4. Dial in 28%, which is the default background color for Photoshop CS, whereas 30% is for CS2.

5. Use the paint bucket tool to fill the background as posted above by Lutic.


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