Photoshop first: I have 2 new odd bugs, I'm trying to sort them out without rebooting or deleting my preferences file.
When I click any tool from the toolbar on the left, it expands to show all the options (the 'flyout') rather than just selecting the tool normally.
When I ctrl+S to save a document that I've already been working on, even though everything's flattened etc... instead of doing a quiet background save, it presents me with the save dialogue. Note I'm not doing ctrl+shift+S for save as, or working on a brand new untitled document. Anything I open and then save pops up the dialogue and I must choose a folder, confirm overwrite every time. Some preference or stuck key?
In photoshop, and older illustrator versions, you could see full transform tools at the top... width, height, X, Y position, angle, and the little transform box. In illustrator, I now have to make one more click (onto the word transform, at the top) to accomplish this. I can't drag the transform palette up there as a top "bar". It sounds minor but it really bugs me. Is there a way to get it back up there?
Is there a way to limit how many decimal places the alignment tools use? I.e. right now I'm on pixels, and I don't mind having this much accuracy: x = 268 px, y = 143 px. But I really don't want this much accuracy, it's tedious: x = 268.481 px, y = 143.976 px I'd like my dragged points and handles to snap to the nearest pixel, no more or less.