Photoshop: Panel locations in set workspaces do not maintain location when switching displays

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I have various workspaces due to changing work conditions and environments — sometimes I have a large display in addition to my laptop for dual monitors. Other times I only work from my laptop and have a set workspace for the smaller environment, fewer panels, etc. However when I switch between the two, and hit the set workspace, the panels do not remember the exact location so I then result in moving and dragging the panels or groups of panels to where they need to go. Something I'd rather not deal with especially since I move around often and work everywhere at home and in the office.
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mark antonio

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Douglas Gervasi

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I use large widescreen monitors. Whenever I minimize photoshop, then come back my workspace panels have changed sizes... and I have to re-size them back each and every time. A total drag. What's up, Adobe?
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Charles Lewis

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I am also having this problem. It is a huge annoyance. Has anyone found a solution to this?
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Douglas Gervasi

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btw... same thing happens with Adobe Premiere on my wide screen monitors--but not when I minimize--only when I first open the program. Workspace goes completely kablooey. Have to re-size all windows everytime I launch the program. Adobe? Hello?
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