Photoshop: Can't get images to open to center screen when not in tabs

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Jeffrey, my post was merged with an issue (Photoshop CC 2018: Floating document windows in fullscreen w/menu bar causes window to jump to center) that is the opposite of the issue that I'm having. Problem that I'm having is not that PS is forcing images that are already open to center - it's that when I have to work with tabs turned off I CAN'T get images to open center screen. Additionally, this is not a new issue with 2018, it's been an ongoing issue. Here's my issue again - thanks for taking another look: 
When not working in tabs, images will not open to center screen. They open far left. Which on a 27" screen, is significantly inconvenient. So each and every time I open an image, I'm dragging to center. When not working in tabs, is there anything I can do to have images open centered on the screen, which is where my face is and where they belong? There's a script out there for this somewhere but I lost it. Shouldn't need to have a script tho for something so basic. Tabs are not the best way to work all of the time, and it seems that many of the CC  problems I'm having generate when tabs are turned off.
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Official Response
This issue should be fixed by the 19.1 update that went out yesterday.