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On MacBook Pro OSX, I can't move application main window for some software like photoshop

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That's it, On MacBook Pro OSX, I can't move application main window for some software like photoshop.

In other words, if I click to drag the window from the title bar, it won't move. it's glued there. any idea for me?
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strung earned 500 total points
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In Photoshop, try going to  Window > Arrange > Float All in Windows.
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Thanks!
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