One of the things I don't care for with PS is that it doesn't have a normal (well, normal, for most programs) workspace background - eg: You can see the desktop below it.
Is there a way to turn on a workspace background, to basically contain PS in it's own window, so it's not transparent?
Instead of this:
I'd like it to look like this:
I have it set to maximized view, but that doesn't add a background container.
But, if you press "F" you can make it to where it's a gray background, but it only lets you work on one image at a time. You can also press F a couple more times.
This works on the Windows side as well. Pretty handy at times.