Photoshop: Library panel for Smart Objects

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I would like a palette for smart objects so frequently used objects can be stored there and used drag and drop with easy access.
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dianer

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Chris Cox

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Are you asking for a Links palette (with a list of smart objects used in your document), or a Library pallette (with a list of things you could add)?

Note that with linked smart objects, any file could be placed (like from MiniBridge).
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dianer

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Yes! A library palette where u can store frequent logos and smart objects. I don't use the bridge, so a palette in photoshop would be fantastic.
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A library panel that remains open regardless of what image u have open, so u can drag out logos to new documents. Also the ability to save and load the library. It would make it very easy to share a logo collection with other users. (Kind of like a swatch panel for smart objects)
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That would come in handy for web designers also to have their frequently used buttons in a floating library.
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Official Response
This just released in the October 2014 version of Photoshop CC!

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/how...

Please let us know if you have additional feedback.
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Love the library. I'm using it constantly! Big grin!
Is there any chance I can request another useful feature?
In the brushes palette, It would be very helpful to have the brush angle circle as a tear off item. I would like just that little circle with arrow as a small palette right by my brush as I'm constantly changing the angle of the brush to replicate stitches on fabrics. : D
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Please post new requests in a new topic - they'll get lost in a topic about something unrelated that we already implemented.
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dianer

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done! thx