These commands allow you to hide or show the floating utility windows, to reset them to their original locations, and to toggle their translucent effect.
This toggles whether the Tools Window is visible.
This toggles whether the History Window is visible.
This toggles whether the Layers Window is visible.
This toggles whether the Colors Window is visible.
This will display the image list drop down.
This will switch to the image that is next in the image list.
This will switch to the previous image in the image list
This controls whether the four floating windows are translucent, or always opaque. This can affect performance, and is automatically disabled when running in a Remote Desktop or Terminal Services session.
This option is only available on Windows 7 or Vista when the Windows Aero theme is used. This will cause the bottom portion of many dialogs that contain buttons such as OK and Cancel to use "glass".
If you have "lost" any of the four floating windows (Tools, History, Layers, Colors) you can use this to reset them all to their default locations.