Photoshop 2019: Placing images improperly at the bottom of the screen

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Robert Belyk

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David, Official Rep

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Howdy Robert,

What OS are you running on?  And how are you Placing the images?  When I try this, I'm not seeing a problem.  I'd like to understand your process better.

Thanks,
David
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Robert Belyk

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I'm running OS 10.14.5. I can't reposition the image other than changing it on the canvas.
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Yeah, not seeing a problem.  I'm also on Mac.  Here are my steps:

1) launch PS
2) open first image
3) click File > Place Embedded
4) choose another, smaller image and click Ok
5) move the placed image all around via the Move tool
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Robert Belyk

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Didn't help. This is weird problem developed overnight.


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David, Official Rep

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I would either try a new file or trash my prefs.  Sounds like something got messed up.
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Robert Belyk

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I tried that, but it didn't work. 
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Can you click the green circle in the upper left of the Photoshop window (red, yellow, green buttons next to one another) to resize it to your screen?
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Robert Belyk

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Hey it worked. Thanks for your help.