I would like to see the workspaces feature work better with Wacom Cintiqs and second monitors. I got hooked on workspaces while working with Premiere Pro and now I'm starting to make more use of them in Photoshop and Illustrator. I also have an LG 34" ultra-wide monitor (great for After Effects and Premiere Pro work as well as InDesign layouts by the way) so I no longer just mirror my display and turn the Wacom off when not in use which lead me to discover a shortcoming with the way Workspaces currently function. Part of this may be just the way OS X handles second monitors but it would be nice to have Photoshop recognize my Cintiq and allow me to duplicate the toolbar and palettes onto the second display and save these options in a Wacom Workspace so I don't have to keep moving them back and forth between the two displays. It would also be nice to have Photoshop recognize which monitor a window is on and allow me to move them backhand forth or consolidate them to a particular monitor from the Window menu making it easier to move them around. Ultra-wide monitors are really nice but moving a window that distance is a real pain and anything that can make managing toolbars, palettes, and windows from within Photoshop itself would be a welcome addition.
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