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How to Disable Photoshop’s Big Animated Tooltips



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By default, Adobe Photoshop displays large animated tooltips (called “rich tooltips”) when you move the mouse pointer over tools. They are useful at first, but can quickly become annoying. Here’s how to turn them off.

Types of tooltips in Photoshop

Photoshop shows two types of tooltips: 1

) regular tooltips and 2) rich tooltips. A regular tooltip displays the name of the tool you are hovering over. Like so:

Example of a regular tooltip in Photoshop

But a rich tooltip shows how a tool works with animation. Similar:

Example of an extensive tooltip in Photoshop

When enhanced tooltips are enabled, Photoshop hides the regular tooltips. If you turn off the extended tool tips, you can see the regular tool tips, but you can also turn off all tool tips if you prefer.

Disable Rich Tooltips in Photoshop

To hide animated tooltips, first start Photoshop on your computer.

If you are using a Windows PC, click the “Edit” menu at the top of the Photoshop window and select Preferences> Tools. If you are a Mac user, click on “Photoshop” in the menu bar and select Preferences> Tools.

Open Preferences from the menu bar on a Mac.

In the preferences window that appears, deselect the “Show Rich Tooltips” option. Then click “OK” on the right to save the changes. (In some versions of Photoshop, you may see this option listed as “Use extended tooltips.”)

If you also want to disable the regular tooltips, uncheck the “Show Tooltips” option located above the extended tooltips option. Otherwise, it’s OK to leave it on.

In Preferences> Tools, uncheck “Show Rich Tooltips”.  “Width =” 650 “height =” 248 “onload =” pagespeed.lazyLoadImages.loadIfVisibleAndMaybeBeacon (this);  “onerror =” this.onerror = null;  pagespeed.lazyLoadImages.loadIfVisibleAndMaybeconcon (this);  “/></p>
<p>If you change your mind and want the extended tooltips back, reopen Photoshop Preferences> Tools and place a check next to ‘Show Rich Tooltips’.  Then click on “OK”.</p>
<p>While you’re in the process of cleaning up the Photoshop interface, you may want to remove the unwanted menu items from the app.  This makes the Photoshop menus look cleaner.</p>
<p><strong>RELATED:</strong> <strong><em>Hide (and unhide) menu items in Adobe Photoshop</em></strong></p>
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