Photoshop: Arrange and Drag & Drop behavior like CS3

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me gustaria que implementaran una opcion para que las ventanas quedaran ordenadas en la forma que fueron abiertas como lo hacia el photoshop cs3.

tambien me gustaria que se implementara la antigua forma de guardar donde se podia seleccionar la forma de adobe o la de windows la opcion de "usar cuadro de dialogo de adobe"

y la ultima sugerencia es que hubiera una opcion en la que al arrastar una foto al programa, se pudiera abrir como una imagen independiente y no como un smart oject. Pues generalmente trabajo a full screen sin barra de menu. nuevamente menciono que asi funcionaba el cs3
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Translated:
I like that implemented an option for the windows are arranged in the way they were open as to the photoshop cs3.

I would also like be implemented to keep the old way where you could select the form of adobe or windows the option "use Adobe dialog box"

and the last suggestion is to have a choice in which to drag a photo to the program, could open as a separate image and not a smart oject. Well usually work full screen without menu bar. I mention again that's how the cs3
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1) Turn off "open new documents in tabs" in preferences.

2) The VersionCue dialog (aka Adobe Dialog) for open and save was a huge problem, especially on new OS versions. It's gone, and won't be coming back.

3) If you want to drag in a file and have it open as a new document, drag it to blank space instead of dragging it onto another document. Dragging onto a document means that you want to place the file in that document.