Photoshop: need a way to disable layer/mask thumbnail when dragging

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Hello Adobe people, here is the situation: when dragging a layer to the recycle bin in Photoshop CS6, the actions makes a dark block that goes on top of the recycle bin itself, making it hard to see. Could this be fixed? I know I could right click and remove the layer, but I'm quite used to the dragging option. Thank you!
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Dani Szwarc

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Posted 6 years ago

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Chris Cox

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Could you post a screen shot of what you're referring to?
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Dani Szwarc

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Here it is
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That's a thumbnail of your layer/mask, and it's transparent.

It's not something to fix, but perhaps it should have an option to disable the thumbnail and just show the old simple outline.
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It is transparent, but it's annoying when it goes over the recycle bin icon, it becomes confusing.
Is there any way to disable it?
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No, there is currently no way to disable it.
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And I'll turn this into a request, so we can see about adding an option.
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That would be great. Thank you!
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ok, thank you for your time and answers. It's quite impressive your feedback.