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Hey all, maybe you can help.

I'm using Photoshop CS4 and honestly say, I hate tabbed documents, I mean the cursed program tabs every images I open.
Is there an easy way that I can disable the tabs ? So that I can have my images individually ?

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Go to Window>Arrange>Float All in Windows. This will show the images individually.

To set it to do this automatically, open Photoshop with no documents open, go to Window>Application Frame and uncheck it.

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Go to Window>Arrange>Float All in Windows. This will show the images individually.

To set it to do this automatically, open Photoshop with no documents open, go to Window>Application Frame and uncheck it.
duuuude, thanks much. Classic Photoshop, now that's what I'm talking about
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One more thing to ad, I also went to preferences --> interfaces, under panels & documents, I've unchecked "open document as tabs", that way it will permanently remember it.
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