Question about Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC
They are still there unless you deleted them which is not likely if you were using them. Just go the the Actions dialog box and pick the little pull out triangle arrow all the way to the right at the top to reveal a list, about halfway down you'll see load actions, pick the ones you want back on and there they are. If the whole actions box is gone then go to the window pull down menu and check actions to turn them back on (shortcut is Alt + F9). Once you have your palettes set the way you want them you may want to check the "Save Palette Locations" on the preferences so they always come back and in the same place.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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