If you are using a computer or laptop with a small monitor, you might run into an issue where the HUE panel runs off your screen and you cannot see the upload button. This article will show you how to solve this quickly!
Normally, in Photoshop, you can resize the panel but if it's not possible in your case, then you can do the following steps to solve the issue.
To start off, you should not have any open tasks running in HUE, as it will be easier to work with and can adjust the size.
Step 1: Go to Window -> Workspace -> Essentials (Default). This will bring the Hue panel back to its original size. If this doesn't work, you should move to the next step.
Step 2: Go to Window -> Workspace -> Reset Essentials. This will close the HUE panel and clear all the settings that have been made to the panel.
Step 3: Go to Window -> Extensions (legacy) -> HUE. The panel will appear in its default size which is about 650 pixels in height. It should then be able to display in any monitor's size!
TIPS: Once you can resize the HUE panel as desired, you can also save that size under your workspace. This way you don't have to go through all the above steps every time you have a new task opened. This will be incredibly helpful if you are using different monitor sizes.
To do this, simply go into Workspace -> New workspace... Photoshop will then ask you to name that workspace. Save it and thank yourself later!