Can't Command-Click on my image in title bar since CC2014 update.

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Since the update to PS CC 2014, I can't get my image name to show at the top of the title bar. It always says Adobe Photoshop 2014, and you can't Command-Click on it, as in previous versions of CC and almost all Mac programmes/documents, where you can Command-Click on the title bar and navigate or see where you have saved the document, and to anywhere in the drop down box. In the previous version to CC 2014, I always have my Interface setting for ‘Open Documents as Tabs’, but previous to CC2014, the active image would always have the image name in the top title bar, which now seems to be replaced with ‘Adobe Photoshop 2014’.
The only way I have found so far, is to un-check ‘Open Documents as Tabs’ and then I can Command-Click on the title. But I don’t like this as I often have several images open and I like to work with them in tabs.
So is this a bug, or is there a way to set CC2014 to work like the previous versions (and other Mac applications/documents), as I hate not being able to quickly see where I've saved an image, or got to that folder quickly.
First screenshot shows previous version, where i could Command-Click the image name. Second screenshot shows CC2014, where I can no longer Command-Click image name.
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Chris Cox

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It's working just fine for me in Photoshop 15.1 (CC 2014.1), with or without tabs.
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How strange Chris. Does it work if you have your Interface setting set to 'Open documents in tabs'?
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Yes, it's working just fine. I think the problem may be that you have the application frame enabled, and the tabs don't have a window frame for you to click on. You have to click on the window frame, not just the tab - which means separating the documents into a window, or turning off the annoying application frame.