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When you apply effects that have a light source, you have the option of using a global light source. That global light source is always the same for all layers. You can edit the global light source indepentantly of your layers by going to Layer → Layer Style → Global Light. If you don't want to use the global light source simply uncheck Use Global Light in ...


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Turn off Use Global Light in the Shadow properties


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You can use the Scale Effects option (see @Ryan's answer), but that won't scale effects past their maximum value (it seems it will scale soften and possibly some other values past their maximum but not size values). In that case—No. There is no way to apply effects bigger than their maximum size. Either: Recreate the effect yourself. Work at a smaller ...


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I have no clue but we can find out by reverse engineering. By applying a text selection on gradient we can see what find of curves layer it would be. So first let us create a linear gradient sideways. Image 1: start with this gradient Then apply text layer (filled with white space) on top, text selected select you get: Image 2: apply text selection on ...


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It is mostly just a regular invert. It seems there is something else going on in a small range but it's not entirely clear to me what. I'll show some examples: Regular image: Image inverted: Image with a text selection over the entire image: As you can see, a lot of the image looks the same as the inverted version, and what doesn't looks almost the ...



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