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    Arrow icon near the screen border

    When I move the Layers palette (or any other palette), an arrow icon appears on the right border of the screen (and on the left). What does this mean and how do I use it?

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    Jan 2014
    The arrows indicate 'docking mode'. You can arrange your panels in 'docking mode' by dragging them to the arrows on the sides of the canvas - they will then 'dock' in whichever arrangement you choose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enug View Post
    The arrows indicate 'docking mode'.
    Thank you.

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